Not as Cold Tonight, Still Chilly
We have a bone dry atmosphere in place with some dew point observations in the eastern counties reading in the single digits- extremely low for the Tennessee Valley. A clockwise flow around high pressure centered to our south is drawing slightly more humid air into the Shoals area, and as the high gradually shifts east tonight, the southwest wind will spread further east, allowing the moisture to spread east as well. This means tonight will not be quite as cold and the warmest temperatures will be the mildest. It will still be chilly though!
Sunday morning lows will likely range from the mid and upper 20′s for Sand Mountain and the Cumberland Plateau, while Shoals will probably stay around the mid 30′s.
More rain and possibly snow is in the forecast heading into the holiday week. Check out WHNT’s forecast page for the latest.