KNOXVILLE (WATE) - The 6 Storm Team says a weak cold front pushed through the region overnight and now another chilly air mass will take up shop across the region.
We will see plenty of sunshine Thursday, but we will struggle to get out of the 30s for most areas, so keep the coat handy.
It will remain clear, cold and quiet Thursday night as we dip down into the upper teens to the lower 20s before we see a "slight" warm-up Friday into the mid-upper 40s.
We will not see as much sunshine Friday though as clouds will quickly overspread the region ahead of our next weather maker.
This system will spread rain, possibly mixed with some light snow to start, across the region Friday night into Saturday.
Even though we could see some snow mixed with some rain initially, it doesn't appear surface temperatures will make it to the freezing mark. Accumulation or travel problems are not expected at this time.
It will be a chilly rain from mid-morning on as highs will climb into the mid to upper 40s Saturday afternoon.
The moisture quickly exits Saturday night into Sunday morning as some colder air wraps back in. So once again only light snow or flurries are anticipated at this time, and drier and more seasonable weather returns to start the new work-week.