Heavy rain moved through during the overnight hours and is gradually moving out from west to east now.
After this batch of rain moves out after 9AM we’ll be left with spotty rain and cloudy skies for the remainder of your Sunday. Dodge showers and keep ahead of the rain with WHNT.com’s Interactive Radar or swipe over to the radar feature on Live Alert 19!
The steady southerly breeze that has been pushing in moisture and warmth all night will keep going today too, helping move temperatures back into the low 60s for highs. Then another wave of rain will sweep through after 6PM as this storm system moves out.
Much cooler air is going to rush into the Tennessee Valley on the backside of this system. That cold air could lead to a brief switch over from light rain to flurries after midnight. The best chance at a few snowflakes will be across Southern Tennessee and Northeast Alabama, but even in these communities we don’t expect accumulation.
Cold again next week: The same cold air bringing the small chance of some flurries also makes it downright cold for most of next week. Temperatures only rise into the 40s on Monday and the lower 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Several freezes occur next week, and they could be ‘hard’ freezes on Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning with several hours in the middle to upper 20s both mornings.
The cold weather retreats north again by next weekend; unfortunately, it looks like we may be setting up for another fairly wet weekend with a storm system bringing a small chance of rain Saturday and a better chance of rain and some storms on Sunday.
A freeze looks likely again each morning on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.