A chilly start in the upper 30's to lower 40's has opened up to blue skies. Just to our west, currently working through western TN, cloud cover is making its return. A slight chance for a shower presents itself overnight, otherwise expect to stay dry and chilly with low's in the mid 30's.
A high pressure system will build in Wednesday, gradually warming things up in the days ahead. Sunny skies will also accompany the next few days before another system works in late Friday and through the weekend. High's will remain cool Wednesday, in the upper 50's, but the 70's will return for Friday.
We put an isolated chance for a shower in the forecast, but frankly, the majority of us won't see any rain. Limited moisture is associated and model guidance indicates any shower activity will be limited to the northern valley/plateau and into Kentucky. Working into Wednesday morning, again a cold start, we will clear out with sunny skies by the afternoon. Warming temperatures and sunny skies will follow for Thursday and Friday.
With a calmer set of days ahead, enjoy the sunshine and cooler temperatures. We will be back to average on Friday before shower chances work back into the region.
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