We will see a mostly sunny Saturday, but the wind will be brisk and most areas will not see highs climb out of the 30s. Another quick moving "clipper" system will rotate across the region tonight which will increase the cloud cover and squeeze out some light snow/flurries across the region.
Accumulations look light and will mainly be confined to higher elevation areas of the Plateau, S.E. Kentucky and the Smokies, but temperatures will be on the 20s tonight, so watch for some patchy snow-coverage/icy roads. Clouds will thin back out Sunday afternoon and highs will be a little warmer for most areas as well.
We will see temperatures actually climb above-average for Monday before another shot of Arctic air/light snow returns for Tuesday. This blast will keep temperatures well below average the rest of next week.
Today: Mostly sunny, breezy and chilly. High: 37°.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with patchy light snow/flurries (40% coverage). Light accumulations possible for higher elevation areas. Low: 29°.
Sunday: Clouds thin out through the day. High: 43°.