Clouds sticking around for our Sunday, slowly warming next week

Meteorologist Jacob Durham is tracking warmer weather next week
Published: Oct. 1, 2022 at 4:17 PM EDT|Updated: Oct. 1, 2022 at 10:33 PM EDT
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Clouds are continuing to stick around and making for a cool weekend and we can expect more of the same as we head into Sunday. Some sunshine will mix in from time to time on Sunday and that will help to warm us a little more for the afternoon. Warmer weather is on the way for next week as we turn more seasonable.

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Clouds will remain tough for most of us with the exception being across the Plateau where clouds have cleared a little. A few stray showers or sprinkles are possible across the foothills and mountains, but any rain that does fall will remain light. Temperatures will start Sunday in the middle 50s across the Valley and a little cooler across the Plateau thanks to the clearing.

Sunday will be another day that features a mix of sun and clouds and depending on where you live will dictate how much sunshine you could see. The Plateau will see the most sunshine and warming with highs reaching the upper 60s close to 70. The Valley will see more clouds and that will lead to highs in the lower to middle 60s as a few late breaks of sunshine will be possible.


Sunshine will be a little more prominent heading into Monday and that will be the start of a warming trend for much of next week. More seasonable temperatures will be arriving as we head into the lower and middle 70s. Overnights will be chilly as we head into the upper 40s for both Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Rain chances remain low and we slowly see some drought conditions returning.

Getting more seasonable heading into next week
Getting more seasonable heading into next week(WVLT)