Cloud cover will increase through this afternoon, leading to scattered showers and thunderstorms overnight and into early Wednesday. This will be along and ahead of an approaching cold front, which could provide the development for a few strong storms. Overall, the severe threat is very low. As far as temperatures today, highs will top out in the low and mid 80s.
In addition to the warm temperatures, it'll be breezy out of the southwest. Winds gusts, as highlighted by NWS Morristown, will range from the 20s to near 30 mph. Don't forget to tie down any loose outdoor objects before you head out this morning.
Our second system will push in late Thursday, bringing widespread showers & thunderstorms throughout Friday and portions of Saturday. Things will then begin dwindling down Sunday, with drier conditions returning early next week. Rainfall amounts will be much more significant with this second system, so we will keep a close eye on any flash flooding/flooding threat that could be possible. A few strong storms will also be possible Friday and Saturday.
Showers will primarily arrive overnight and into early Wednesday, before cloud cover partially clears tomorrow afternoon. Dry weather will hold into Thursday, before showers then return late in the day. Highs now and through the weekend will generally be warm, averaging near to above seasonable norms. Check out our social media handles @SecretCityWx as well as our video forecast below for more!
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