(WAFF) - It'll be a cool start this Tuesday morning, with most of us starting the day in the lower 40s. Patchy frost is possible, especially for southern Tennessee and northeastern Alabama where temperatures have slipped into the 30s.
We'll see plenty of sunshine today and temps will warm quickly, reaching into the mid-to-upper 60s by noon with highs pushing into the mid-70s. Skies will stay clear this evening, and lows tonight should dip into the upper 40s.
As we head through the rest of the work week, temperatures will continue to gradually warm. Highs Wednesday will be into the upper 70s with 80s possible for Thursday and Friday. Lows should stay in the 50s starting Wednesday night.
Clouds will be on the increase getting into this weekend. with most of us will staying dry Saturday, but don't rule out a stray afternoon shower.
Our next weather maker will be a slow moving cold front getting into the Valley early next week. It should tap into moisture over the Gulf and bring steadier rain showers to the Valley. While the exact timing of the heaviest rain is still a bit uncertain, it's looking like Monday and Tuesday will be the rainiest.