Tracking a cold front

Good Friday, folks. Our work week is wrapping up with a few showers and storms rumbling across the state. These storms could be on the strong side, producing heavy rain as they blow in. Much better air then takes over this weekend.

Friday’s storms could produce high winds and small hail in some areas. The greatest chance of strongstorms could be across the southern half of the state in the afternoon and evening.

Here are your tracking tools for the day:

A cold front makes it way to our south by Saturday morning, with awesome air coming in behind it for the weekend.  However, it may come with a catch.

Our cold front checks up across the Tennessee Valley, leading to the potential for some leftover showers and storms. The NAM shows the best chance across the southern half of the state:

Sunday looks like another winner of a weather day, with highs from 80 to 85 degrees.

Another weak cold front moves in Sunday night and Monday morning, and it should bring another broken line of showers and storms.  This will keep normal July air around into the first part of next week.

The pattern may turn a little stormy by the second half of next week into the following weekend.

Have a great Friday and take care.

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