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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Scattered storms making their way out of the Valley, comfortable temps for Thursday

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Scattered showers will linger across the Tennessee Valley Thursday morning before before making their way out by 10 a.m. at the latest. Winds could still gust to around 40 mph with the showers, but there won’t be any thunder or lightning. 

Thursday morning temperatures will generally hover in the lower 60s this morning and won’t warm much through the day despite skies becoming sunny for the afternoon. Temperatures should drop quickly under clear skies tonight, slipping into the 40s and upper 30s.

You can expect mostly sunny skies Friday, but it will be cool throughout the day. Highs will stay in the upper 50s and lower 60s, which is about 5° below average for this time of year. You're in store for an even colder night as temperatures dip close to the freezing mark. Some across the Valley could go below freezing for the first time this fall. 

Despite plenty of sunshine Saturday afternoon, temperatures will stay in the 50s for highs with lows dipping below freezing with a widespread frost expected.  You may want to bring pets inside for the night and cover any outdoor plants you want to keep alive. 

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