Patchy Morning Fog – Beautiful Sunday!
Get ready for another beautiful day across the Tennessee Valley! This morning it was chilly, with a mostly clear sky overnight, most temperatures cooled into the low to mid 40s. There was some light mist/patchy fog in some of the valleys and near bodies of water this morning, including Lake Guntersville. We were able to capture the low clouds/fog over Lake Guntersville thanks to our Jack’s Camera Network. Below are two images of Lake Guntersville, the first taken at 7:15 am and the second at 8:15 am, showing the progression of the sun heating up the ground and the low clouds/fog lifting away.
Yesterday was windy and unseasonably cool, though still pleasant. Today will be even better, thanks to a southeasterly wind and mostly sunny sky, a warming trend starts this afternoon. High temperatures will actually be above seasonal averages for this time of year and range mainly in the mid 70s! The unseasonably warm temperatures will persist throughout the work week, with highs near 80 degrees and lows in the low to mid 50s. Check out the five day temperature trend below.
If you are a warm weather lover, then enjoy the next several days, because by we look to end the month of October on the unseasonably cold side. This weekend a strong, arctic cold front will move across the, bringing a chance for showers and storms, as well as much colder and drier air. Below is a look at the GFS model forecast temperatures and pressure at 1:00 am early Monday morning on October 29th. Many areas could cool to near the freezing mark for the first time this season! By Halloween temperatures will moderate some, but it will still be unseasonable cold.
- Jennifer Watson
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