. - I'm happy to report that the severe threat has ended across our area tonight. There is a band of rain and storms associated with a cold front nearing Nashville. I’m going to keep a small mention of a rain drop in the forecast, especially across our far northeast counties. However, most of this wet weather will remain northeast of Alabama. A much drier air mass is building in from the west and this will significantly decrease our chance for any wet weather overnight. We could also have some patchy fog tonight, with lows in the 60s.
BEAUTIFUL TOMORROW/BREEZY: I can promise a nice supply of sunshine for our Sunday but it will be breezy at times as a front moves through the area. Winds will be northwest at 10 to 15 mph. You can expect a partly to mostly sunny sky, with a high temperature near 81°.
ANOTHER RAINMAKER ARRIVES ON TUESDAY: We will start off the week on a dry note but clouds will be increasing by Monday afternoon as a disturbance develops near the coast. This system will produce a chance for rain that will begin late Tuesday and continue through Tuesday night and early Wednesday. This system doesn’t look quite as strong as earlier forecast models advertised so we’ve backed off on the cooler weather potential for next week, with temperatures remaining in the 70s through mid-week. We will keep you posted!
Fox6 Meteorologist Wes Wyatt
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