Rain ends tonight, colder air follows

A cold front will sweep from west to east across the Tennessee Valley and clear the rain Wednesday night. The cold front will also open the door for colder air to flow into the Valley.

Posted: Jan. 23, 2019 3:26 PM
Updated: Jan. 23, 2019 10:27 PM

Rain Ending

Widespread rain has ended. Lingering areas of light rain will fade to an end before sunrise Thursday.

Cold air will flow into the Tennessee Valley behind the rain. Low temperatures will be near 30 degrees Thursday morning.

Colder Thursday

Clouds will thin out and let some sun peek through, but the clouds may not completely clear out on Thursday. The morning starts with lower 30s and only climbs toward 40 by noon. The afternoon can warm into the lower 40s, but colder 30s will be back by 6 PM.

Friday through Sunday will stay cold. Morning lows will be in the mid-to-upper 20s. Afternoon highs will be in the 30s and 40s.

The Next Weather Maker May Bring More Rain Than Snow

Monday will be warmer as the next storm system approaches. That next storm system will arrive on Tuesday. Our previous rain makers have been primarily Pacific storm systems. This next storm system will be a Canadian storm system. That means will be a colder storm system, and it may bring more snow than rain for a change.

New data over time will help us fine tune this evolving forecast. The forecast can change, so be sure to stay updated on new information and changes through early next week.

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