Now that the front is through the Tennessee Valley it will continue to turn colder. A new piece of upper level energy will be diving southeast and merge with an older piece of energy that has brought snow to Colorado and the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma. The newly formed system will help to bring waves of rain and showers to the Tennessee Valley on Friday.
For the remainder of the weekend, the weather will be quite nice with abundant sunshine. Frost is likely both Saturday and Sunday morning with some locations dipping below freezing, especially, Sunday morning.
Yet another BIG storm system will move into the region around the 4th of November. Ahead of it for a couple of days it will turn warmer with highs back into the upper 60s and low 70s but then another marked change to colder behind it.
Cloudy, Windy and Colder
Rain Chance (80%)
Low: 48 High: 54 Wind: N 10
Low: 35 High: 59 Wind: NE 5-15
Late Day Increase in Cloud Cover
Low: 33 High: 65 Wind: S 5
Isolated Showers (20%)
Low:44 High: 62 Wind: N 5
Low:42 High: 68 Wind: NE-SE Light
Mostly Sunny and Warm
Low:40 High: 72 Wind: SE-S 5
PM Showers and T-Storms Developing (60%)
Low:50 High: 68 Wind: SW-NW 10-15