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Showers Into Sunday AM, Temperature Swings

Current Radar

Socked In Under A Deck of Clouds

Better chances for showers arise later this evening into Sunday morning as a cold front approaches the area. High-resolution models depict this fairly well:

Behind any rain tomorrow morning, winds will become gusty out of the north-northwest (as high as 25mph). Temperatures Sunday will also be falling out of the morning 60s and into the 50s by dinnertime.

Gradual Warming Trend

Monday and Tuesday will be dry days to start the week.

A system to our south on Wednesday will spawn showers as far north as middle Tennessee, but there are still model disagreements as to how far north any substantial rain gets. The general trend over the past several runs of the European and global forecast models show better northward extent of the rain.

Beyond Wednesday, temperatures will continue to climb heading into the weekend, potentially approaching 70° by the start of the following week!

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