Cloud cover will increase overnight with low temperatures not quite as cold as recent days with lows in the low 40s in Chattanooga. Outer lying areas will likely drop into the upper 30s.

Clouds will continue to increase on Monday from partly sunny to mostly cloudy by evening. Highs in the low 60s. Isolated light rain is possible, beginning late Monday afternoon in our western counties through early Tuesday morning in the east. Best rain chances are for the higher elevations on the plateau to the west and mountains in the east, but isolated showers are possible in the valley too. Rain chances at 30%. If you receive rain, showers will be light with totals around 0.1." Overnight lows will be in the low to mid-40s.

Temperatures for Tuesday will be a little cooler with highs only in the mid-50s. Cloud cover will gradually diminish during Tuesday afternoon. Then, mostly sunny skies will return for Wednesday, helping with any Thanksgiving traveling with highs in the low to mid-50s. Thanksgiving looks like a great day with highs in the mid to upper 50s and a mostly sunny sky. It will be dry, so travel on Thanksgiving day should not have any weather problems.

Cloud cover will increase again on Friday to partly sunny. Significant rain chances return with a system arriving Friday afternoon through Saturday morning. The timing for this rain may still fluctuate, so stay tuned to the Storm Alert team for updates. As of now, early morning Black Friday shopping should be dry with the rain starting in the afternoon. Current rainfall estimates are 0.5-1.0"

MONDAY:

8AM:  Partly Sunny, 45

NOON:  Partly Sunny, 56

4PM:  Mostly Cloudy, Isolated Shower, 61