It was a stormy start to the day with heavy rain and gusty winds. Reports rolled in today of several downed trees and damage to a house in Houston County and also trees blown down in Davidson County. One of those reports was along Hwy 49 near Slayden.
The severe threat is over now, but there are a few other weather issues to be aware of over the next 24 hours. There are a few showers lingering this evening along the Cumberland Plateau. Dense fog will develop overnight, that will make for a tricky morning drive tomorrow. Later in the day more rain and thunderstorms develop.
Here’s a look at the latest Futurecast model. A few other models are trying to bring tomorrow’s weather in earlier, so I’ll have an update on Channel 4 News at 10pm.
The up and down temperature trend is again a part of the forecast. Temperatures again tomorrow will be unseasonably warm, high in the mid 60s. That comes to an end on Thursday as cold air reminds us that winter is not quite done. As cold air moves in a few snow showers may fall along the Plateau.Here’s the latest Futurecast depiction.
The high that afternoon will only reach 59. The weekend will be off to a great start Friday with abundant sunshine and a temperature rebound to near 60. Warmer again on Saturday with a few showers and a high of 66.
Be sure and join me on Channel 4 News at 10pm for any adjustments to the forecast.