After an overnight low of 44 at McGhee Tyson, it looks like we should rebound into the middle sixties this afternoon. A few clouds will float overhead today, but for the most part we are looking at a mild and quiet day. We will continue this dry and quiet pattern though the beginning portion of the work week, as we will see sunny and mild weather Monday and Tuesday with temps nearing the seventy degree mark, with clear and cool overnights.
There is a good chance for us to see rain arrive on Wednesday, and as of now it looks to be a good old fashioned soaker. The air temperature will be warm enough for this to be all rain to start, then a major change in temps (20 plus degrees overnight into Thursday morning) will help change this rain into some snow after midnight Wednesday. Since the ground is so warm it is highly unlikely that we will see much more than a half inch or so accumulate, but it will make for a messy commute on Thursday morning, so it is something to keep in mind. But until then, let's focus on the sunny and mild days we have on hand for a while.
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