Warm through the weekend, next cold snap possible later next week


Temperatures won't feel like November through at least early next week. The next round of cold air could still be about a week away.


A weak cool front will move closer to the Tennessee Valley Friday, then stall and retreat to the north as a warm front on Saturday. What this means for us is a continued warm pattern along with the chance for some scattered showers at times. There is not much upper level support (energy) with this front, so the chance for anything severe with this front remains very low.

Also, rainfall amounts do not appear to be heavy either. And, mainly scattered in nature. Therefore, not an all day wash out either day through Saturday. But, you will need the umbrellas at times as this showers pass by through late Saturday. Otherwise, expect a cloudy and very warm pattern to continue.

Afternoon highs should be in the low 70s Friday, then mid 70s Saturday


The chance for any scattered showers should drop off Sunday and Monday. But, with some added sun, temperatures could be even warmer reaching the upper 70s each afternoon. A few spots south could even close in on the 80 degree mark. By Tuesday, a few isolated showers are possible, but highs should remain in the 70s.


The next round of cold air could move in for the second half of next week. An approaching cold front could bring rain back to the Tennessee Valley on Wednesday through early Thursday. This rain chance looks much more widespread than the "scattered" variety expected for this Friday and Saturday. Behind this front should be much colder air. We could have falling temperatures throughout the day next Thursday with 50s, then 40s into the afternoon. Morning temperatures late next week could drop to the 30s.

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

David Glenn

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