The wind is finally dying down, but we are holding on to a few light sprinkles across the Tennessee Valley. Expect those to continue for the evening, although very spotty in nature.
The moisture won't completely move out of the region until Thursday afternoon, so as temps fall to near freezing Thursday morning, a few snowflakes may mix in with the sprinkles. Like I mentioned yesterday, no impacts are expected, and chances you'll actually see snowflakes aren't great, but they aren't zero. The good news is by Thursday afternoon the sun will make a soft reappearance for some, and will be back in full force by Friday.
Friday and most of Saturday will be dry. We will say goodbye to the sun and hello once again to clouds by Saturday afternoon. Most of the rain will hold off until after midnight, with the bulk falling overnight through Sunday afternoon. We will begin to dry out by Sunday evening.
We are in more of an unsettled and active weather pattern, and by active I'm talking rain, not
so much thunderstorms. We will have a few breaks from the rain here and there, like Thursday through Saturday afternoon, however when rain returns, it's coming fairly widespread in nature. Many folks will see rain Saturday night into Sunday, and even more rain is on the way heading into next week. Monday we get a slight break, but we still have rain chances throughout the day. Those chances increase by Tuesday afternoon.