We cleared out quickly this morning allowing for sunny skies and cooling temperatures to move in. Much of the same is in the forecast for tomorrow with high's to be in the mid 60's and mostly sunny. A high pressure system to our south will keep things dry the next several days until scattered showers arrive Friday.
For those in the higher elevations (Plateau, Smokies, and north TN into south KY) be sure to cover any valuable plants, as frost is possible both tonight and tomorrow night. Dew points (Seen below) will continue decreasing overnight allowing for a cool & crisp evening and dry Thursday. Low's for the valley are expected to be around 40 degrees with cooler low's in the higher elevation (mid to upper 30's).
A few residual showers (associated with the cloud cover) have begun moving out of NE TN early this afternoon, leaving sunny skies behind. This will continue being the case for the next few days as the high pressure system to our south will lock in drier air. Friday and into the weekend, this will break down as another system will bring scattered shower potential and cooler temperatures.
Go out and enjoy the next few days of beautiful sunny skies and temperatures in the 60's. You can find a full graphical forecast under the "Weekly Forecast" tab, as well as our video forecast below.