Starting November with a warming trend

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A warming trend kicks off the month of November. Some showers are also possible, but mainly scattered and light.


Expect more cloud cover Wednesday as a southerly flow takes over across the Southeast and Tennessee Valley. Even with the additional cloud cover, afternoon temperatures should be warmer than what we experienced Tuesday. High temperatures should reach the mid 60s on average. If some sun can break through the clouds, then some spots could warm to near 70 (especially south).

Afternoon highs should continue to warm each day through the weekend. Near 70 Thursday, then lower 70s through the weekend. Morning lows will not be as cold as it has been with morning temperatures mainly in the 50s.


This upcoming weather pattern looks "unsettled" with some shower chances. But, any rainfall amounts look light in nature and nothing severe. The intervals of clouds and some sun will be offset at times with some showers passing through as a series of upper level disturbances move by. So, you will need the umbrella at times the next few days, but not all day. This off and on chance for some showers should stick around through Saturday, then a much lower chance Sunday. Aside from any occasional showers, expect a cloud/sun mixture along with the warmer temperatures.


Temperatures should remain above average locally through the start of next week. Longer range model data favors the possibility of a better rain chance toward the middle of next week. This could be followed by some much cooler air by Thursday and Friday of next week. High temperatures could still be in the low 70s early next week, then cool back to the 50s late next week.

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

David Glenn

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