We have a few more showers moving through at times today, with more rain moving in Friday.
WHAT TO EXPECT
This morning is be partly cloudy, with a low around 45 degrees.
Thursday becomes mostly cloudy in the morning hours, with isolated showers becoming more scattered throughout the afternoon and evening hours. The high is around 58 degrees.
Tonight will stay cloudy with a few showers, and a low around 49 degrees.
Friday will turn rainy starting in the morning and through the afternoon, with around three quarters of an inch of rainfall on average. Highs in the mid 50s.
Friday evening into the overnight, we'll have isolated change to wintry mix to snow showers in the higher elevations, on the Plateau to Northeast Tennessee and Southeastern Kentucky. The Smoky Mountains will see some more snow showers and light accumulations possible on the mountaintops.
This is colder air digging further South, which will make for a chilly but clear weekend! Saturday will only warmup to the mid 40s. It will be sunny on Sunday for Veterans Day, with highs in the 50s.
Monday will be rainy again, with colder air behind it. This will bring highs in to the 40s, and some extra cold nights. We're keeping an eye on a possibility for some wintry mix to snow showers Tuesday, especially outlining the Valley.
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