The cold front that brought storms to the Tennessee Valley late Tuesday night and overnight is moving right along, setting us up for a more calm end to the work week. Folks in North Alabama could see spotty storms this afternoon, but Tennesseans should remain dry. The sky clears out for everyone by tomorrow morning with lows in the mid to upper 60s. Thursday will be rain-free with partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 80s.
Rain chances return just in time for the weekend. Saturday is definitely looking to be the drier of the two days, so keep that in mind if you're already mapping out your plans. Isolated rain chances Saturday increase to scattered on Sunday and continue into the overnight hours heading into Monday. Monday is our next best shot for widespread rain here in the Tennessee Valley.
Until then, we will just have to deal with pleasant and quaint weather conditions. Temperatures hang out around the 90° mark until Monday. That's because cloud cover and rain Monday morning and afternoon will inhibit much daytime warming. Don't worry, it'll still feel like July in the south with highs in the mid 80s.