A cold night ahead! We will start off Saturday with scattered frost and freezing temperatures. Morning lows will be in the middle to upper 20s on Saturday. Some sunshine will come around in the afternoon and help push temperatures close to 50. By Sunday it will get a little warmer with more clouds and a slight chance of rain. Highs Sunday will reach the middle 50s.
A warm front will move across the area early Monday and as it moves in there could be a large area of rain with embedded thunderstorms. Locally heavy rain and gusty winds are possible for the Monday morning commute. These storms are not expected to become severe. The humidity will rise throughout the day on Monday and highs will reach the middle to upper 60s by the late afternoon.
We are watching a storm system that will get better organized over the Plains Monday into Tuesday. It will push a cold front into the Tennessee Valley Tuesday night. Ahead of this front we are watching for the potential for a round of strong to severe storms with locally heavy rain and the potential for isolated damaging wind gusts. Keep checking back for updates on this developing storm.
Much cooler air will follow behind the cold front so expect falling temperatures throughout the afternoon on Wednesday.
Have a great weekend.
WAFF 48 First Alert Weather