Tennessee Valley (WDEF): Rain & Isolated T-Storms Tuesday pushed by a Cold Front!
The next area of big rainfall will be here early Tuesday morning with a cold front behind it. Temperatures in the morning will be very mild because of the cloud cover and showers in the mid 50s. This could drop anywhere from a third of an inch to an inch throughout the area with isolated T-Storms throughout the day. Temperatures will reach a high in the mid 60s.
That cold front will knock temperatures into the low 50s on Wednesday, with mid to upper 40’s for Thursday & Friday. Thursday morning, a wintry mix is possible as moisture is pushed up northeast into the area. This likely will not accumulate much due to temperatures lingering around the upper 30s and low 40s. This will change into showers for just a bit before drying off for the afternoon.
Weekend looks good with lots of sunshine until rain chances for afternoon Sunday.
Lows will be steadily decreasing and below freezing for Friday, Saturday, & possibly Sunday mornings.
55 34 are our seasonal highs and lows.
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