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7:00 AM | *Another late week rain event*

Paul Dorian

A strong storm will pull out of the central Plains and head towards the Great Lakes during the next couple of days and it’ll result in a late week rain event around here and some of the rain can be heavy at times. Strong south-to-southwest flow will form as the storm slides west of here and boost temperatures to milder levels – perhaps reaching the middle 60’s by Friday afternoon. The overall pattern will remain on the active side this weekend and there will continue to be a threat of showers.

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7:00 AM | *Storm pulls northward today over the spine of the Appalachians...colder air pours into the Tennessee Valley on its backside*

Paul Dorian

A major storm system will slide northward along the spine of the Appalachians today and we’ll experience a cool down in the Tennessee Valley. Temperatures today will likely hold in the low-to-mid 40’s for highs and there can be residual shower activity; especially, in the morning. It is not out of the question that some snowflakes mix in across northeastern Alabama before the precipitation comes to an end. The chilly air mass that has pushed into the region on the backside of the storm will modify this weekend as each day should feature some sunshine.

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10:30 AM | **The quiet before the storm…major storm to bring heavy rain, powerful winds, possible drenching thunderstorms, and a feeling of spring to much of the eastern third of the nation**

Paul Dorian

Another significant rain event will get underway later today as a powerful storm begins to lift northeast from the northern Gulf of Mexico coastal region.  This storm will not only bring us soaking rainfall – perhaps 2-3 inches with locally higher amounts – but also very strong wind gusts potentially past 50 mph.  In addition, as the storm moves northward on Friday to the west of the I-95 corridor, warmer air will surge up the Atlantic seaboard and it’ll feel spring-like with temperatures climbing to 60+ degrees in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor.  Given the already well-saturated grounds, localized flooding is likely to become a real concern over the next 24-48 hours.

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7:00 AM | *Widespread plume of moisture flowing northward from Gulf of Mexico and into the Tennessee Valley*

Paul Dorian

A developing major storm system will continue to have an impact on the Tennessee Valley today and it will produce soaking rain for the eastern seaboard from later today through tomorrow. The deep upper-level low will slide east of here by tomorrow and colder air will pour into the region on its backside as we close out the work week. Temperatures tomorrow night could bottom out in the upper 20’s, but a rebound will take place over the weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Clouds increase today and rain arrives late tonight*

Paul Dorian

High pressure will begin to break down today as an upper-level trough begins to form in the Deep South. Moisture will begin to stream northeastward later in the day from the southern states and rain is likely around here later tonight night and on Thursday. Colder air will begin to filter into this region at the end of the work week following the eastward movement of the upper-level trough. The weekend is looking quite decent, but cool as high pressure should resume control across the area.

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7:00 AM | *Deep upper-level trough to form over the Deep South...rain here Wednesday night/Thursday*

Paul Dorian

High pressure will stay in control for another day in the Tennessee Valley, but will begin to break down on Wednesday as an upper-level trough begins to form in the Deep South. Moisture will begin to stream northeastward on Wednesday from the southern states and rain is likely around here on Wednesday night and Thursday. Colder air will begin to filter into this region at the end of the work week following the eastward movement of the upper-level trough. The weekend is looking quite decent as high pressure should resume control across the area.

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7:00 AM | Another rain event coming later in the week

Paul Dorian

High pressure will control the weather around here for the next couple of days, but then things will deteriorate at mid-week. Deep upper-level trough will develop across the eastern third of the nation and the result will be more rain in the Tennessee Valley likely beginning Wednesday night and continuing off and on to the end of the work week. It’ll turn colder following the passage of the trough by the early part of the weekend.

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7:00 Am | *Complex and slow moving system keeps us unsettled for an extended period*

Paul Dorian

A complicated system will keep us unsettled for the late week and weekend as it’ll be a slow mover. Surface low pressure supported by vigorous upper-level energy will head towards the Tennessee Valley and a secondary low pressure area will form near the east coast by tomorrow. The upper-level low will move only slowly through the Tennessee Valley and to the east coast and this will allow rain chances to extend from tonight into the latter part of the weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Rain threat coming for an extended period*

Paul Dorian

A complicated system will keep us unsettled for the late week and weekend as it’ll be a slow mover. Surface low pressure supported by vigorous upper-level energy will head towards the Tennessee Valley over the next 24 hours and a secondary low will form near the east coast by the early part of the weekend. The upper-level low will move only slowly through the Tennessee Valley and to the east coast and this will allow rain chances to extend from tonight into the latter part of the weekend.

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7:00 AM | Cold start to the day, but slightly milder air pushes in on southerly winds

Paul Dorian

The day will start off on the cold side, but a southerly flow will push slightly milder air into the Tennessee Valley on the back side of high pressure moving to our east. The combination of low pressure developing over the south-central US on Thursday and an upper-level trough to our northwest will increase chances for showers around here and the renewed threat of rain will continue right into the weekend.

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