The Next 24 Hours – Thursday
The chance of rain creeps up to about 10% on Thursday for The Shoals and much of Southern Tennessee from Wayne County east through Lawrence, Giles, Lincoln, Moore, Bedford, and Franklin Counties. We really don’t expect much rain at all around most of North Alabama, though! Limited moisture and a very weak disturbance will have a tough time giving us anything significant in the rain department, but a few spots could see up to a tenth of an inch of rain in Southern and Middle Tennessee by Thursday evening.
Since most of us will be dry again, a partly sunny sky and a southwest breeze at 10 to 15 MPH in the middle of the afternoon will push temperatures up into the mid-80s again. Highs around 84 to 87 will be common by 3 PM Thursday afternoon. There is a better chance of rain coming into the Tennessee Valley on Friday, and that could mean some rain for high school football. Be sure to check out the detailed discussion on the next seven days at WHNT.com Weather!
Climate Data for September 27th
Sunrise: 6:39 AM
Sunset: 6:36 PM
Average High: 81 Record 96 (1954)
Average Low: 58 Record 42 (2001)
Hours of Daylight: 11:56 (2 minutes shorter)