A cool, breezy night

A cool, breezy night

A south wind at 4-8 mph is expected overnight under a clear sky. Temperatures will drop into the middle 40s by sunrise.

We expect highs in the lower 70s Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Clouds will increase late Sunday with rain showers developing as early as 8 p.m. This is ahead of the developing cold front we have been monitoring the past few days. Showers will move through overnight Sunday into Monday morning. Most of the rain should be gone by sunrise Monday.

Monday afternoon looks breezy and much cooler with highs in the middle to upper 50s. The forecast guidance continues to zero in on the development of a strong storm system Wednesday. This storm will likely have a big impact on Wednesday holiday travel from the Tennessee Valley to the Ohio Valley Wednesday morning into Wednesday night. Locally heavy rain and thunderstorms are looking likely as we get later into the day on Wednesday.

Keep checking back for updates on the strength and timing of this storm. Thanksgiving continues to look dry with highs in the 60s. Keep in mind sunset on Thanksgiving is at 4:35pm. If you are planning a late outdoor meal it will be cooling off quickly after sunset.

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