Rain showers will end overnight with winds staying breezy out of the north, occasional wind gusts over 20 mph will be possible with low temperatures in the middle 40s by break Thursday.
Thanksgiving Day will start off on a cooler note with fair skies, expect plenty of sunshine through the afternoon with highs in the middle 60s. Lows will fall into the low to middle 40s by Black Friday morning under mainly clear skies.
Friday afternoon will have increasing cloud cover and high temps in the mid to upper 60s. The good news for the weekend is Saturday looks to be mainly dry with mostly cloudy skies and temps in the lower 60s.
We are closely monitoring another storm system that will bring widespread heavy rainfall and thunderstorms across the Tennessee Valley for Sunday with temperatures in the 50s and falling through the day. Temps will manage to fall into the low to middle 30s for Sunday night into Monday and that can result in some possible sleet or snow flurries to mix in, it may stay as just cold rain if temps do not fall fast enough.
Isolated snow flurries may be possible on Monday mixing in with rain showers as high temperatures struggle to hit 40 degrees in the afternoon.