Scattered showers continue to work through today so be careful on wet roads. A few rounds of heavier showers and rumbles of thunder are possible this afternoon as a cold front draws near.
Pushing into Wednesday, showers will work out by the morning hours allowing for some clearing in the afternoon. Temperatures will stay cool in the 40's much of the day with pockets of sunshine likely in the PM hours. Looking ahead, a system to the south will funnel in moisture Thursday before we clear back out Friday and Saturday.
The latest trend in many of the models is for of a more northern track of the system Thursday. This is something we'll be watching through today as snow could be a hazard. Because this trend is relatively fresh (only in the latest two runs), I am hesitant on providing a snow totals forecast of this morning. I think given the early details snow is something to consider but mainly in the higher elevations. Temperatures will play the biggest role as the latest data suggests above freezing through much the day (AKA rain). We will continue to keep a close eye on the track of this system as well as the timing and impacts of the cold air associated. As of now, little impacts are expected for the valley but continue checking in for the latest details.
If you haven't already, be sure to check out this year's 2020 East Tennessee Almanac found at SecretCityWeather.com/AlmanacDownload. As for the forecast ahead, stay dry and warm the next few days.
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