(WAFF) - The weather in the Tennessee Valley becomes more unsettled today, with cloud cover increasing and isolated rain showers developing into the morning.
Temperatures will generally be in the lower 70s, so it is a few degrees warmer than Tuesday morning. While temperatures won't be quite as hot, it will still be a muggy day, topping out in the mid-to-upper 80s. Showers and storms will become more numerous Wednesday afternoon with scattered rain continues tonight as a cold front approaches the Tennessee Valley from the west.
The cold front pushes through on Thursday, causing cloudy skies and fairly widespread rainfall. Between now and Thursday night, most will see 0.5 – 1" of rain, but there could be locally higher amounts. Temperatures will be cooler Thursday, and highs should only climb to around 80. The steady rain should taper off by the night, but our weather stays unsettled into Friday.
A lingering shower is possible for the first half of Saturday, but the afternoon should be dry with more rain southeast of the Valley. Cooler air will be in place this weekend, and it will be feeling like fall as highs hover in the mid-70s with lows Saturday night dipping into the mid-50s under clearing skies.