A dry and cool pattern through the start of the weekend
Cool and rainy through the overnight hours, then a dry and cool weather pattern for a few days. Morning temperatures could be down right chilly both Friday and Saturday Morning.
THURSDAY STARTS CLOUDY
One last round of rain should move across our viewing area through the overnight hours. Most of the rain should have exited to the east by sunrise Thursday. Thursday starts cloudy for most of us and quite cool with upper 40s. But, by midday, drier air moves in and some sun should break through the clouds during the afternoon. Temperatures should range in the upper 50s to lower 60s by late day. The warmer readings dependent on having more sun during the afternoon.
Expect a clearing sky Thursday Night and a bit colder with temperatures cooling to the upper 30s and near 40 by Friday Morning.
SUNNY AND COOL THROUGH VETERAN'S DAY
Sunshine for both Friday and Veteran's Day Saturday. Both Morning's should be quite chilly with upper 30s Friday and mid 30s Saturday. A little cooler than average both afternoons with high temperatures averaging in the upper 50s. Some clouds could move in late day Saturday. And, not quite as cold Saturday Night with a partly cloudy sky and lower 40s by Sunday Morning.
SHOWERS POSSIBLE SUNDAY
An approaching cold front could bring some showers to our part of the Tennessee Valley during the day Sunday. Mainly light in nature with model data projecting a range of between .10"-.25". So, it does not appear to be heavy or severe. The light showers could linger into Sunday Night, but should move out by very early Monday Morning. With the clouds and shower chance, high temperatures should hold in the mid 50s through Sunday Afternoon.
NORMAL TEMPS NEXT WEEK
Temperatures should be "normal" as we begin next week. Some clouds Monday, then partly sunny for the afternoon. Partly sunny through Wednesday. Daily highs should average in the low 60s and morning lows in the low 40s. The slightest chance for some rain Wednesday Night, but the better chance and coverage could hold off until the start of the following weekend.
As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!