We’re starting off the work week with rainy conditions as a cold front slowly pushes southward through the region... Despite the front moving south of our area today, we’ll still have clouds and passing showers in the forecast through the rest of our Monday. Coverage will decrease into the evening hours before ramping back up overnight and into Tuesday. Temperatures will remain fairly steady today, but drop into the 40s tomorrow.
Rain chances will finally come to an end Tuesday evening as high pressure begins to build in. This will allow for much drier conditions through the middle of the week and temperatures will return to normal. Temperatures will start off in the upper 30s/40s each morning and top out in the 60s each afternoon.
Another disturbance could bring a few showers to the area by the end of the work week, but coverage and duration do not look impressive at this time. We should dry out in time for a seasonable weekend!
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @Coulter_wx