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Soggy days ahead for the Tennessee Valley

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) --A low pressure system and cold front approaching the Mississippi River Valley will increase our rain chances in the Tennessee Valley over the next several hours.

For the late Tuesday morning and afternoon expect some isolated to scattered showers.

Widespread showers are expected from late Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning as the cold front moves through the region. These showers will fade out Wednesday afternoon.

The front will stall just to our southeast as another low pressure wave travels along it, bringing another round of rain Thursday. Some thunder may accompany the rain.

Rain totals through Thursday evening, according to the latest computer models, could reach 2-3".

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