WVLT Weather: Storms ending, drier air moving in

Drier air follows the cold front overnight, bringing in a more pleasant stretch of weather for late week.
Published: Jun. 10, 2020 at 1:47 PM EDT
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The WVLT Weather Alert has come to a close, but scattered showers are still possible as the cold front moves through overnight.

Spotty storms have left out area, but a few more spotty showers have been developing along a cold front sliding through East Tennessee. These showers are not expected to clear out until just after midnight. That will leave us high and dry for the rest of the night as lows drop into the mid 60s.

The weather turns quiet behind the cold front, ushering in slightly less humid air. We’ll see a return to sunshine along with some slightly cooler temperatures. We’ll be in the mid and upper 80s all the way through Saturday.

Late in the weekend, a reinforcing shot of drier air will rush through our region. You’ll first notice it with morning lows in the upper 50s Sunday morning. By that afternoon, highs will only reach the lower 80s.

Spotty showers will be possible early next week as more humidity starts to creep back in. Highs will also start working their way back into the mid 80s starting Monday.

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