Good Morning Tennessee Valley!

Look for a mostly clear sky this morning, followed by broken afternoon clouds.  Showers look to develop by 12PM-1PM west of I-75 increasing through 5PM. While there is not a risk for severe weather, isolated storms will be possible for those in middle Tennessee. Areas in north Georgia and north Alabama look to stay rain free, making it a good time for hay farmers to cut this week. 

The weather pattern trends dry through Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the upper 80s. Rain will be increasing by Monday. Newest data is indicating rain holding off now on Monday morning. This would be great news for morning commuters. Rain looks to increase from the east on Monday continuing overnight through Tuesday. Rain and T-storms look likely through at least Thursday of next week. Rainfall amounts of 2" to 3" will be likely. Creeks and streams will be rising next week, so we will need to watch for low water crossings in hot spots. The great news with the rain, comes relatively cooler temperatures. Highs usually for the first week of August are near 90. Temperatures look to be 3-9 degrees below normal as rain moves in. For the world's longest yard sale next weekend, expect relatively cooler than normal August temperatures with wet grass and mud! Be sure to download the WRCB weather app for the newest info daily!


  • 8AM...Mostly Sunny, 71
  • 12PM...Broken Clouds, Isolated showers developing, 86
  • 3PM...Isolated Shower/T-storm, 90