We’re dealing with some gloomy weather out there this afternoon, with lots of clouds and patchy drizzle. The very light precipitation will continue into the early evening hours tonight as an upper air trough digs into the southeastern United States. Temperatures will fall into the 40s tonight and with clouds overhead, we should bottom out around 45-degrees. Hopefully we will catch a few rays of sun tomorrow; however, the clouds will have a tough time trying to break. Another disturbance will ride in from the northwest and help to spark some additional rainfall activity tomorrow, mainly later in the day. Look for spotty showers through tomorrow night and early Friday morning. Highs tomorrow will reach the 60s, with lows in the 40s tomorrow night.
The good news is that our weekend forecast looks fabulous! Highs for Saturday and Sunday will reach the 70s, with lots of sunshine. Some clouds will roll in later on Sunday and this will be in advance of another rain maker. Models suggest Monday night could get a bit rocky around here as another front drops into Alabama. Rain and thunderstorms will be possible Monday night and early on Tuesday. At this stage in the game I can’t rule out the possibility of stronger storms Monday Night and early Tuesday. Speaking of storms, the weather team has been in Chelsea today programming NOAA Weather Radios. We will be there through 7:00 p.m. tonight at the Walgreen’s in Chelsea. Be sure to stop by and we can help you with the programmable S.A.M.E. technology radios that only alert for specific counties. Have a great evening!
Fox 6 Meteorologist