Good Sunday everyone. The November blast of temps we’ve been advertising on the blog for a few weeks has arrived and will hang around a while. If you are a fan of those crisp fall days, this is certainly the weather pattern for you.
A fast moving system will work across the Tennessee Valley early today. This will throw a few light showers across central and eastern into the early afternoon hours. The rain will end from west to east and our afternoon skies will clear out some. Temps today will be lower than our Saturday readings. Most areas will top out in the 50-55 degree range, but parts of eastern Kentucky may not crack 50 degree.s
Monday morning lows may be a bit problematic. There is a weak system across the southeast that may keep a few clouds around. Clouds at night act as a bit of a blanket and keep temps up a few degrees compared to clear skies. For those areas that see clear skies tonight, temps will drop into the upper 20s and low 30s. Those with some clouds may stay in the middle 30s.
Our new week will start with partly sunny skies and temps around 60 for a high. Tuesday looks to be the warmest day of the week with middle 60s a good bet and that’s still below normal.
A cold front approaches the state by Wednesday with scattered showers and storms:
That will likely knock our temps back into the 50s for highs Wednesday and could give us a very cold night.
Another cold front is slated to arrive by Friday with the threat for some showers and storms.
Have a sensational Sunday and take care.