The mild temperatures will hang around but rain chances have returned. A cold front will approach, stall and then meander back and forth across the area through the middle of next week. Every day will feature a chance for rain but no day is expected to be a washout, so just keep the umbrella nearby. Most of the moisture will stay off to the northwest where areas, especially in or near the Tennessee River Valley could reach 7 or more inches of rain in the next week. Rainfall amounts in the Lowcountry over the next week are forecast to be anywhere from a half inch to an inch. The bottom line is that our weather pattern will remain unsettled, with fast moving disturbances staying mainly to the northwest. Temperatures will remain mild not only through SEWE weekend, but through late next week.
Saturday, cloudy & mild with isolated showers, highs 66-70.
Saturday night, a tad cooler with an isolated shower, lows 49-55.
Sunday, mostly cloudy with some showers, highs 64-66.
H: 4:37am L: 11:11am
H: 5:06pm L: 11:19pm
Today's Record Temperatures