Showers will become light and spotty across the region tonight, with areas of dense fog. Temperatures will actually rise a few degrees in the early Monday morning hours, so we start off the workweek around 40 degrees. Much of Monday will feature very light rain/drizzle, clouds, fog, and high temperatures in the lower 50's. The next wave of heavy rain arrives late Monday through Tuesday morning. An additional 1-2" is possible in the area.
A strong cold front arrives early Thursday, bringing some moisture with it. Higher elevations north of I-40 could see a light wintry mix Thursday morning, with the mix turning to all rain later in the morning. Some of the light snow showers could continue in the highest elevations near Tennessee through the evening. We dry out Thursday night-Friday morning, as cold, arctic air rushes in. Lows drop into the teens by daybreak Friday, with wind chills below zero possible. Friday will be bitterly cold and windy, with highs only reaching the mid 30's.
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