Other than the occasional light and isolated rain shower over the southeast, we’re finished with the rain of yesterday. Rain has exited to the south with a stalled front that will keep Tennessee soaked for a few more hours, while we stay dry. Temperatures are running cold in the middle 30s for most. Cloudy skies remain intact.
We will continue with this late winter feeling through the day today as clouds have trouble breaking and temperatures remain cold to chilly. A stout northeasterly wind and occasionally gusts will make the 40s this afternoon still feel like the 30s at times. There will be some sunshine in between the clouds, but don’t bank on a sunny day. An isolated drizzle shower is possible through the day, but the chance is very low. As we move into the work week, showers are back in. Small chances at first, thanks to a weak system passing us to our south. Isolated rain showers Monday and Tuesday as temperatures warm back to spring-like. We will get very warm over the middle of the week, thanks to the next warm front, but naturally that comes with rain and thunderstorms. A stout southwesterly wind flow will warm us into the middle 70s Thursday before the cold front arrives. Expect a good deal of rain through the middle of the week.