A semisweet Valentine's Day

The weather won't be picture perfect on this Valentine's day, but it's certainly the best we'll get out of the next seven days.

Posted: Feb 14, 2019 6:08 AM
Updated: Feb 14, 2019 7:28 AM

Today will be the last completely dry day for a while. A series of rainy days will start tomorrow, potentially continuing through Wednesday. Initially, showers are going to be scattered and light, eventually evolving into periods of steady rain before heavy, persistent rain sets up shop by Tuesday. Flooding concerns will need to be monitored in the coming days as new data arrives.

Today, expect fairly mild conditions. Clouds are on the increase, but we should see the occasional peek of blue sky. Temperatures reach the lower 60s for highs and it will be a bit breezy. A warm south wind will gust up to 25 mph at times today. Tonight, expect a few showers and lows near 50. Friday will feature off and on showers with highs near 60.

By Friday night, a swath of rain pushes into the Valley that doesn't move out until Saturday morning. If there's a "pick"day of the weekend at all, it's Saturday as the rest of the day is dry before showers redevelop Sunday morning. The heaviest rain occurs Tuesday evening and lasts through at least Wednesday morning. Multiple data sources are projecting rain totals for the next 7 days at least between 4 and 6 inches.

Huntsville
Clear
72° wxIcon
Hi: 92° Lo: 66°
Feels Like: 72°
Florence
Clear
73° wxIcon
Hi: 93° Lo: 67°
Feels Like: 73°
Fayetteville
Clear
70° wxIcon
Hi: 92° Lo: 66°
Feels Like: 70°
Decatur
Clear
69° wxIcon
Hi: 91° Lo: 65°
Feels Like: 69°
Scottsboro
Few Clouds
72° wxIcon
Hi: 93° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 72°
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Confirmed Cases: 49892

Reported Deaths: 1077
CountyConfirmedDeaths
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Marshall186611
Shelby150924
Lee149437
Morgan12205
Baldwin111410
Walker105127
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Dallas9639
Franklin92216
Etowah88214
DeKalb8416
Chambers65727
Russell6570
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Butler64328
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Colbert4656
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Calhoun4365
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Jackson3742
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Barbour3672
Dale3621
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Hale33722
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Wilcox2968
Clarke2946
Winston2893
Chilton2872
Sumter28512
Blount2731
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Greene1928
Henry1433
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Washington1277
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Geneva920
Lamar811
Fayette781
Clay742
Coosa621
Cleburne411
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Tennessee Coronavirus Cases

Confirmed Cases: 57591

Reported Deaths: 710
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Shelby12842214
Davidson12549138
Rutherford332638
Hamilton308837
Sumner180256
Williamson159115
Trousdale15055
Knox14719
Out of TN125610
Wilson109917
Putnam9897
Bradley8894
Robertson88213
Sevier8633
Unassigned8372
Lake6970
Tipton6746
Montgomery6587
Bledsoe6251
Bedford5959
Macon5466
Hamblen4224
Maury4203
Hardeman3814
Fayette3463
Madison3402
Loudon3081
Rhea2940
Blount2803
Dyer2743
McMinn25718
Cheatham2522
Dickson2430
Washington2120
Lawrence2026
Cumberland1964
Anderson1782
Sullivan1782
Lauderdale1723
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Jefferson1571
Monroe1466
Smith1392
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Greene1232
Hardin1207
Obion1182
Haywood1112
Warren1060
Franklin1043
Marshall1042
Wayne990
Hickman980
McNairy911
Marion904
Giles801
Lincoln800
White803
Hawkins792
Carter771
DeKalb760
Roane750
Weakley691
Overton681
Campbell651
Grundy652
Henderson620
Claiborne610
Unicoi560
Chester530
Carroll511
Polk510
Grainger500
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Henry480
Cannon450
Johnson440
Sequatchie430
Jackson410
Humphreys382
Meigs350
Perry350
Morgan291
Decatur280
Stewart260
Fentress250
Scott220
Union200
Houston190
Clay180
Moore170
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Pickett70
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