Good Friday.  While we are set up for a really great first weekend of spring, the season as a whole looks to be a rainy one.  The National Weather Service announced it's spring forecast for the country on Thursday, and it looks as though heavy flooding along the Mississippi River Basin will continue.  Above average rainfall and minor flooding will likely affect the Tennessee Valley through the spring.

With that news, we will certainly enjoy a primarily dry weekend.  Today will be awesome.  This afternoon will be warm and nice in the mid-60s.  Saturday will sport lots of sunshine as well with temps ranging from 38 in the morning to 67 in the afternoon.

Sunday will be cloudy with temps climbing a bit.  We will have lows in the low 40s, and highs in the low 70s Sunday.  We may also see one or two isolated sprinkles through the day, but they will be few and far between.

Monday we will have some scattered showers in the morning, and a few scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon.  The rest of next week looks dry and pleasant.

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