(WAFF) - The fog will continue to hang around through the nighttime hours into tomorrow morning around 9 a.m.
Drizzle is possible tomorrow morning, but the day will be mostly dry and mostly cloudy.
Saturday brings hefty rain coverage, with showers, moving from west to the east, starting as soon as the early morning hours before sunrise in western portions of the Tennessee Valley. Rain picks up through the day, especially during the early afternoon.
A few thunderstorms are possible but are not expected to be severe. Winds will come from the south, and then turn westerly. The wind speed could gust to 30-40 mph, but with thunderstorms, gust may be as high as 50-55 mph.
Very cold air will filter in during the nighttime hours Saturday, and temperatures take a huge dive by Sunday morning. Snow flurries could be possible early Sunday morning.
Sunday morning will be cold with temperatures starting out near 30 degrees, and highs will not improve much, staying in the 30s. Sunday night will be even colder with highs sinking near 20 degrees.
Monday will be sunny, but temperatures day cold all day.