We are comfortable across the Tennessee Valley on this Monday at midday, with temperatures across the area currently in the low to mid 70s. Skies are varied, with more clouds in north Alabama and Mississippi, and somewhat mostly sunny skies (for the time being) across southern middle Tennessee).
We hang on to a mix of sun and clouds as the head through the afternoon, with temperatures warming a little more, toward the upper 70s and near 80 degrees. Clouds clear a bit going into the overnight, but it will be temporary, with clouds coming back for Tuesday. Lows tonight get down to the upper 50s and lower 60s, and we climb back into the lower 80s as we head into Tuesday afternoon.
Much of the week looks dry and quiet, except for a minor disturbance that moves through Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night. This is on the backside of a disorganized subtropical low pressure area off the coast of the Carolinas. This may send in a few isolated showers from the north during the afternoon and night on Wednesday. That shifts south and west of us by Thursday, and we are back to partly to mostly sunny skies until the weekend. Afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper 80s from Tuesday into the weekend, with morning lows in the lower 60s. Some locations south of the Tennessee state line may touch 90 degrees, especially by Wednesday or Thursday. Rain and scattered storm chances increase as we head into the weekend, but we are not talking about a washout by any means. The bad news is that, with rain chances relaxed the next several days, grass pollen will be running rampant, giving allergy suffers problems for the next few days.