We’ve been talking about it all week and it is finally here: Friday! While it is a bit cold to start the day out today with temperatures into the mid to upper 30s across the Tennessee Valley, we are expecting a fantastic afternoon out there today.
We will see plenty of sunshine through the day today and wind out of the south will pump in more of that warmth. It is looking likely that we will see the upper 60s and low 70s by 3 p.m.
Wind doesn’t look to be too strong today, but overnight that will pump up from the south. Through the overnight and morning hours on Saturday it will really ramp up and that is the catalyst for our weekend changes.
Your updated 7 Day Forecast. pic.twitter.com/OsjSPMxGvH— Brad Travis (@BradTravisWAFF) November 17, 2017
The timing of storms is a little later than we had been anticipating early this week. It looks more like a mid to late afternoon event, with some scattered showers possible ahead of the heaviest rainfall.
Wind from the south/southwest will be breezy gusting to 30 mph at times. By noon the rain changes increase, with the heaviest stuff moving in after 3-4 p.m. Behind that, it will get COLD! Sunday’s temps will be into the 40s, with Monday morning starting below 30°!
Storms on the way for tomorrow, here's a look at the timeline of their arrival. pic.twitter.com/pctXyIO5gu— Brandon Spinner WAFF (@wxSpinner89) November 17, 2017
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