Gradually getting milder for daytime highs and overnight lows
A variety of weather was found across our area on our Thursday. From mostly sunny skies toward the Tennessee border to some scattered showers south of highway 82. The showers were due to some low pressure just to the south of our area. Also, a weak cold front has moved through our area this evening. All this going on has and will keep our area temperatures on the cool side for the daytime highs over the next several days. We will stay on the cold side for the next several nights.
Overall milder temperatures will work their way into our weather forecast down the line. We may see a few isolated showers in the weather forecast on our Sunday, due to another weak cold front moving through our area. However, generally we will see high pressure dominate our weather forecast and due to the high pressure generally mostly clear skies.
Stay tuned to the Severe Weather Authority in the coming days as we continue to fine-tune this forecast.
- Not too shabby, however still on the cool side
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