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Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 4:51PM
Clouds are decreasing with cool temperatures this evening. Sunday will be cooler, but dry and mostly cloudy. More of the same can be expected on Monday, but with rain returning Monday night. Much of next week looks unsettled, but with the main focus of rain to the west of the Appalachians. Temperatures will be trending much above normal by midweek.
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Hi: 61 Lo: 38
Partly cloudy & cooler; NNW wind 5-10 mph becoming light overnight
Hi: 53 Lo: 33
Lots of clouds; A bit cooler; Nearly calm wind
Hi: 51 Lo: 41
Plenty of clouds; Becoming overcast with rain likely Monday night; Light NE wind
Hi: 54 Lo: 49
Mostly cloudy with light rain likely
Hi: 64 Lo: 52
Mostly morning rain; Mostly cloudy; Milder
Thursday - Mostly cloudy; Rain possible; Unseasonably mild; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Mostly cloudy; Rain possible; Still quite mild; High near 60 degrees; Low in the lower 40s
A cold front progressing eastward from the Tennessee Valley passes through here this evening.
Cooler and drier air will arrive tonight, and will be with us through most of Monday.
Today’s front returns northward as a warm front Monday night, with a periodic rain returning into Tuesday. Then, another cold front will push through Wednesday night early Thursday, coming to rest over the interior Southeastern U.S. for the remainder of the period.
That will result in a few hard-to-time rainy periods during this period, although we believe the focus for heavier rainfall will remain to our west over the Tennessee Valley.
Temperatures will be quite mild by midweek onward.
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