It is pretty chilly across parts of the Volunteer State this morning. Temperatures around 7am were in the mid to upper 30s. There have been some reports, particularly near KY and in the higher elevations of patchy frost, but most are seeing fog this morning. This will continue to lift out, leaving behind sunshine and temps in the low to mid 60s.
A soggy pattern arrives tomorrow, with showers expected Thursday, Friday, and parts of Saturday. A slow moving system will cross above us, bringing upwards of an inch of rain through the first half of the weekend. This will work out Saturday night, with partly cloudy skies returning Sunday. Another front looks to arrive towards early/mid week, bringing limited rain chances and also cooler temperatures.
The main thing the next few days will be the rain. We aren't expecting flash flooding/flooding, but locally, a few could see ponding and rising waters. Overall, keep the umbrellas handy as we will see hit and miss showers tomorrow and through the early weekend. Temperatures will also be a bit cooler, in the mid and upper 50s Friday and Saturday.
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