A weather pattern change for the weekend
After consecutive days or high humidity and daily rounds of storms, a weather pattern change could be on the way for the weekend. The arrival of drier air could diminish rain chances and even make the mornings a little more comfortable.
(IMAGE GALLERY ABOVE: #1. SOME SCATTERED T-SHOWERS AT TIMES ARE STILL POSSIBLE FRIDAY.......#2. A WEAK FRONT MOVES THROUGH SATURDAY WITH AN AFTERNOON SHOWER CHANCE......#3. WEATHER HEADLINES SHOWING THE IMPROVEMENTS AHEAD)
A humid pattern continues for Friday. The arrival of a weak cold front could bring the chance of some scattered showers/t-showers from the predawn hours to after sunrise. By the afternoon, forecast model data indicates fewer t-showers locally with the better chances south. Afternoon highs should be normal for this time of year in the upper 80s to near 90 if we get some additional afternoon sun.
An upper level flow from the northwest could bring another front through the Tennessee Valley on Saturday. Because of this front, there could still be some scattered showers and storms during the afternoon. By later in the day we could have a wind shift as a northerly breeze returns. This should usher in some drier air through Saturday Night.
By Sunday, it won't be nearly as muggy and we should have more sunshine. Afternoon highs should be typical for this time of year in the upper 80s after a more comfortable morning low in the upper 60s. Sunday Night should again be comfortable with overnight temperatures in the mid/upper 60s. Monday looks sunny to partly sunny and mainly dry with afternoon highs in the upper 80s.
Scattered afternoon t-showers could return by the middle of next week.
As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!