River Clay Fine Arts Festival Forecast

The Weather Authority

The River The River Clay Fine Arts Festival is set to return to Decatur this weekend, October 16th & 17th. Luckily, we will be seeing a break from both the warm and muggy conditions heading into the weekend!

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The cold front that brought rain and thunderstorms activity across the Tennessee Valley late Friday is now off to the east of the region. Behind this frontal passage, we will see a breezy north-northwest wind! This wind flow will help usher some cooler and drier air into the region leading to a more fall like feel! Temperatures this weekend will be slightly below average for this time of year! Highs Saturday and Sunday will near 70° & lows will be in the 40s. Make sure to grab that sweatshirt or light jacket when you head out the door!

Quiet weather continues!

High pressure builds into the region

High pressure will build into the region behind this frontal passage leading to an increase in dry air. This will lead to an abundance of sunshine and minimal rain chances for the Tennessee Valley. If you have any fall activities planned for the weekend or heading into the new week; you won’t have to worry about the weather. Temperatures will slowly begin to rise back into the mid to upper 70s next week, bringing us back to near average temperatures for this time of year! Next best chance for any spotty shower activity, at this vantage point, looks to be late week.

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