Starting with the current low, a relatively weak system with a cold front is driving light and scattered rain showers into the Commonwealth. Don’t expect much out of these showers, but up to a few tenths of an inch are possible. Most folks end up with less than that and closer to a trace amount. If you’re not under rain, you’re certainly under the clouds. Clouds will hang tough through tomorrow despite higher pressure building. Temperatures will warm a little, but only expect the low 50s tomorrow afternoon. We may see a few small breaks in the clouds right before the sun goes down, but don’t expect much. The next system will be encroaching, and the higher-level clouds will move in late tomorrow. Rain will be present most of the day Thursday as the first of the stronger cold fronts arrives. Breezy conditions are expected Thursday to go with the rain. Rain continues overnight and through the day Friday as a second storm approaches from the southwest. The second system will keep rain in the mix through most of Saturday morning. Rain should begin tapering off through the afternoon and should hopefully be wrapped up before the Cats kickoff against UT-Martin.
Posted at 2:48 PM, Nov 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-19 18:08:26-05
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