Saturday Night: Clouds thin out and temperatures drop quickly. Low: 17°.
Sunday: Sunny, breezy and slightly warmer. High: 47°.
Monday: Morning light rain mixing with/changing to light snow (40% coverage) as colder air pours in. Temperatures fall from the mid 30s in the morning into the 20s by evening.
fast moving cold front will sweep through the area early Saturday night. There could
be a thin line of light snow just ahead of it, but little, if any
accumulation is expected.
This front will allow temperatures to plummet back into the teens overnight, under a mostly clear sky.
The areas that did see
snow on Saturday, especially counties along the TN/KY border, will see some
refreezing of roads that are snow covered, so travel carefully. The good news
is, that the wind will switch to a more southwesterly direction on Sunday and
increase a bit.
This, combined with sunshine, will allow temperatures to climb
into the 40s for most areas. It will be warmer, but the brisk wind will still
have a bit of a bite, so keep the coat handy.
Clouds will quickly return
Sunday night into Monday, as yet another system will rotate through.
As of Saturday evening,
it looks like a light rain/snow mix is possible early Monday, before the colder
air really pushes in. It will most likely end as some light snow as
temperatures fall from the mid 30s in the morning to 20s by evening.
could be some light snow accumulations, but exact totals are not clear. This front will also bring another surge of Arctic air to everyone
allowing some single digit and teens lows for Tuesday through Thursday