Monday: Warm with Showers Likely

Posted on: 10:48 pm, February 16, 2014, by

A fast-moving upper-air disturbance will scoot across the Eastern U.S. tomorrow, affecting our northern neighbors near the Great Lakes with more snowfall, but here in the Valley, we’ll see just a glancing brush with this storm’s energy in the form of scattered showers and a moderate breeze.

Stray showers will be possible during the day, but most of the more widely scattered rain will move east from the late afternoon through the evening with highest chance for moderate showers occurring in Tennessee.

Chances of a given location receiving 0.1" or more of rain between noon and 6pm Monday.

Chances of a given location receiving 0.1″ or more of rain between noon and 6pm Monday.

Chances of a given location receiving 0.1" or more of rain between 6pm and midnight Monday.

Chances of a given location receiving 0.1″ or more of rain between 6pm and midnight Monday.

A south wind of 10 to 20mph with higher gusts will help temperatures climb into the mid-to-lower-60’s despite increasingly cloudy skies.

The rest of the week looks warm and unsettled, with multiple rounds of passing showers affecting us before a larger storm system brings widespread and possibly heavy storms later in the week. The forecast discussion has the latest expectations of timing.

-Brandon

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