Today is going to be another cloudy and showery day as the main weather system finally ejects out and moves across the area. Expect periods of showers across the area today and tonight, with the best chance of steady rain being south of the Tennessee River, and areas north of the Tennessee state line having the lowest rain chances. With cool conditions and the warm sector staying well to our south, any risk of severe weather will stay well to our south. Showers continue tonight before coming to an end tomorrow morning.
That rain comes to an end Thursday morning as the storm system shifts east, and then cooler air moves in for a few days as we get into northerly flow. Afternoon highs will dip back into the 50s through Friday with generally sunny skies expected.
A warming trend starts over the weekend as high pressure shifts east and our winds become first easterly and then more southerly. Sunny skies and those shifting winds will allow us to warm up to almost 60 degrees on Saturday, and then into the mid 60s on Sunday. A few more clouds will be in the area on Sunday as moisture starts to increase, but we should stay dry. Shower and thunderstorm chances do return for early next week, but as of now, we see no signs that a severe weather threat will be involved.