High clouds due to an upper level low moving past along the Mississippi/Tennessee line are slowly clearing as the low exits and takes the clouds with it. We will turn completely clear tonight and have temperatures drop off into the upper 30s area wide. Tomorrow will see ample sunshine warm us into the upper 60s with 70s on tap for Thursday and Friday.
As we move through Friday, a cold front will be approaching from our north. This could touch off some showers late in the day with the better chance at rain on Saturday as the cold front passes. Once it clears, skies will do the same and temperatures will be much colder for Sunday and Monday with highs only in the 50s.
As we work Monday into Tuesday, an upper level low will approach the area. This looks to develop an area of low pressure along the Gulf Coast and send rain showers our direction starting late Monday and into Tuesday. Extended models keep rain in the forecast potentially though Thanksgiving. We will see how the low develops, but it looks like Tuesday and Wednesday, the busiest travel days of the year, could be wet and cool.
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