Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 11:29AM
An advancing low pressure system and attendant cold front back in Arkansas is heading our direction. A passing light shower or two dot the landscape today. Showers arrive in abundance late tonight and continue into Friday afternoon, skies clear Friday night. Tomorrow is notably cool & breezy. The weekend looks great!
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Hi: 68 Lo: 55
Generally cloudy; A few passing showers; More showers at night, perhaps some thunder; West wind 5-15 mph, gusty at times
Hi: 55 Lo: 38
Cloudy; Daytime showers and t-showers; Cool; SW wind becoming NW 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 62 Lo: 43
Scattered clouds; Nice, but breezy; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 65 Lo: 43
Partly sunny; A few notches warmer
Hi: 67 Lo: 50
Lots of sunshine; Great start to the work week
Tuesday - Partly cloudy; Nice & warm; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Wednesday - More afternoon clouds; Isolated PM showers or t-showers; Still warm; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Basically all the rain for the next week comes late tonight into Friday afternoon. Beforehand a front running shower or two is possible this morning and afternoon as showers are moving out of east TN. Despite abundant cloud cover today it's going to be another mild one. The rainmaker is an area of low pressure back in the mid-Mississippi Valley and it scoots through tomorrow. Friday is showery (thunder possible), cooler, and breezy.
Clouds decrease Friday night and the weekend is rather pleasant minus a breezy Saturday. A subtle front approaches late Sunday night, but is deflected by a ridge of high pressure building in the western Atlantic (a very summer-like configuration). I can't rule out a shower while we're sleeping Saturday night.
As the ridge strengthens the first half of next week temperatures respond accordingly and the days get progressively warmer. The month of May marks the beginning of the diurnal convective season. On cue, isolated pop-up showers could be in the the mix with daytime heating Wednesday.
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