Mild Friday, Afternoon Rain & Storms Saturday
TONIGHT: Look for variably cloudy conditions to continue. Lows will range from the mid to upper 30s near the Tennessee River Valley to the low and mid 40s southwest of the Golden Triangle. Winds remain light.
FRIDAY: Warmer highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s will be common. Once again it’ll be a tad bit cooler near the Tennessee River Valley with warmer highs in the mid 70s southwest of the Golden Triangle. Southeasterly breezes are going to be more noticeable at 5 to 15 mph. Quiet weather should hold for high school football in the evening with temperatures in the lower 60s and upper 50s.
SATURDAY: We’ll start off on a dry note but the odds of rain and storms will increase from the late morning through the afternoon with a passing cold front. The chance of rain currently stands about 60%. While there is the chance of a few locally gusty storms we don’t envision any widespread strong or severe weather at this time. Temperatures should climb into the 70s before the front arrives at your location.
SUNDAY: Sunny, breezy, and much cooler conditions settle in. Highs are going to be only in the mid 50s. Temperatures late Sunday night and early Monday morning still appear to be headed down into the upper 20s.
NEXT WEEK: Confidence is quite good through Tuesday with lots of sun in the region along with seasonably cool air sticking around. Travel should be pretty good during this time. Forecast model guidance diverges for the end of the week, including Thanksgiving Day. The American GFS model suggests sunny and cool weather while the European ECMWF model suggests warmer air with a better chance of showers. It’s still a bit too early to tell which one is going to win out so stay tuned for the latest during the coming days.
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