First Alert Forecast: seasonable sunshine Wednesday

Another cold front arrives tomorrow!

First Alert Forecast: seasonable sunshine Wednesday
Seasonable Mid-Week; Cool Down Late Week (Source: WLBT)

After a cool start, temperatures warmed to near 80° under sunny skies today! Thanks to those clear skies, however, temperatures are dropping quickly and will land in the mid 50s by the time we wake up tomorrow morning.

We’ll start in the mid 50s Thursday morning and lift to near 80° again tomorrow afternoon before our next cold front swings through. This won’t bring us any rain or cloud cover, just another push of cooler temperatures!

Morning lows in the upper 40s and low 50s will be here for Friday and Saturday and highs will only be topping out in the low 70s. No rain is in the forecast for this time period!

Yet another cold front will be moving into the region by the end of the weekend and could spark a shower or two in our central and northern counties Sunday afternoon/evening, but most of us will end up staying dry. There are still some model differences in terms of the temperatures that follow behind that front, so stay tuned for frequent forecast updates! Fortunately that disturbance in the Caribbean that has a good chance of tropical formation in the next few days won’t bring any local impacts through the 7-day forecast.

Rachel's Wednesday Evening Forecast

Rachel Coulter

WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist

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