Showers & t-showers Tuesday, then much cooler Wednesday


We could have another wet start to the day Tuesday. Still warm for one more day, then a seasonable chill settles in for mid/late week


A stalled front over the Tennessee Valley should allow for another round of rain and some thunderstorms to move through locally from the predawn hours of Tuesday and through midday. The rainfall could be heavy at times and even some embedded thunderstorms. The chance for severe storms remains very low though. A few spots locally could receive upwards of an inch or more, especially the first half of Tuesday. Even with the showers, it should still be very warm for at least one more day with afternoon highs in the lower 70s (60s local mountains).

Showers Tuesday Afternoon should be lighter and mainly scattered, otherwise a partly cloudy sky,


A more seasonal chill for November settles in on Tuesday as a cold front sweeps through from the northwest. This will push out the current stalled front over our viewing area. This front could still generate a few scattered showers Wednesday. But, mainly scattered and not as heavy compared to Tuesday.

However, the big difference should be the temperature. A northwesterly flow should keep temperatures in the 50s throughout the day. The steady breeze at 10-15mph could add an extra chill to the air. By Wednesday Night, expect overnight temperatures to drop into the lower 40s.


Some sunshine returns for Thursday and Friday. And, it will finally feel more like November! Afternoon highs should be a little below average in the upper 50s to near 60 after morning lows in the upper 30s to near 40.

The Veteran's Day Weekend should have a dry start for Veteran's Day. Sunny to partly sunny for most of the day with a morning low near 40 and an afternoon high in the upper 50s to near 60. Some rain could move in for Sunday and still be cool with highs in the 50s.

As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!

David Glenn

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