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The Next 24 Hours – Cool, Damp Wednesday


Wednesday will not be a total wash-out of a day; the best chance of rain is actually in the morning hours and over Southern Tennessee. An upper-air disturbance passing over the Tennessee Valley between 3 AM and 3 PM will keep clouds and some scattered showers in the forecast, but rain will be light for the most part! Expect around a tenth to a quarter-inch of rain before sunrise. After that, spotty light showers continue on until the early afternoon. Under a mostly cloudy sky, temperatures only rise into the upper 40s with a west-northwest wind at 10-20 MPH. A little sunshine is possible especially around The Shoals after 1 PM Wednesday.

Thursday and Friday look like very nice days with highs in the middle to upper 50s. Some communities west of I-65 may even exceed 60ยบ with full sun on Thursday. You can find more about the late week warm-up and our slim chance of snow for Saturday on our extended forecast page at!

Climate Data for February 13th
Sunrise: 6:34 AM
Sunset: 5:29 PM
Average High: 55 Record 75 (1938)
Average Low: 35 Record 6 (1981)

Hours of Daylight: 10:54 (2 minutes longer than Tuesday)

Wednesday’s Temperature and Rain Chance by the Hour in Huntsville:

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