Another quiet day is in the works with more sunshine and warm temps. This changes tomorrow as a series of cold fronts make their way across the Volunteer State. A line of showers will push through Thursday afternoon/evening, followed by cooler air. A secondary front, this one without precipitation, will work across late Friday, bringing reinforcing cold air to the area.
Looking at overall totals with this system, its nothing too impressive. With that said, we could see some locally heavy rainfall along and ahead of the front. I am not expecting any major hydro issues with this system, as it will be quick moving and out by Friday morning. Overall rain totals will round up to half an inch.
After well above average temperatures through today, Mother Nature flips the script. Two cold fronts will bring below average temperatures. Highs Saturday will struggle to top the 50 mark, leaving most in the mid and upper 40s. This will be anywhere from 10-15 degrees below the norm for this time of the year. These temperatures will continue Sunday and into early next week as well.
Veterans Day looks to be a wet one so have those umbrellas handy during the afternoon. A few isolated showers can't be ruled out early, otherwise things will be mostly cloudy.
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