Good Thursday, everyone. You’ve heard of rainy days and Mondays, but what about cold fronts and Fridays? It seems as if every Friday for the past few months has featured a cold front swinging across the region. This Friday will be no different.
That front will put an end to the unseasonably warm weather that continues out there Thursday. Showers and thunderstorms will sweep in early Friday as winds crank up. That front should then slow down across east Tennessee, and that means rain sticks around in the south and east into Saturday.
We have a big storm likely to affect the region later next week, but a sneaky system is going to try and throw some showers our way Monday or Tuesday:
That’s from the European Model and is something the model has been hinting at with recent runs. The next storm system coming down the road by Wednesday and Thursday looks potent. The GFS wraps up a strong low rolling into the Great Lakes:
The latest run from the European Model has more of a bowling ball-looking storm rolling in:
Make it a great day and take care.