Mid and high-level clouds will continue today with dew points rising. It will feel more humid this afternoon, as dew points rise to the mid-60s. Temperatures will top the upper 80s again with west/southwest winds of 5-12 mph. 

Look for another mild night as lows will be in the mid-60s. Wednesday will be warm with isolated showers after 10AM. Light rain amounts are likely tomorrow, ranging from 0.01" to 0.10" total. A few isolated t-storms will develop, but these will be very isolated with most areas completely dry.

A better rain chance moves in by Thursday night, but it doesn't look heavy. Friday won't be a washout either. The best chance for rain during the day Friday will be in Tennessee. Those in Georgia and Alabama, look to have a lesser rain chance Friday. Saturday will bring a risk for thunderstorms too. Newest rainfall data is indicating 0.25" to 0.75" by Friday night, and 0.75" to 1.25" total through Saturday.


  • 12PM: Mostly Sunny, 75 
  • 3PM: Partly Cloudy, 87 
  • 6PM: Partly Cloudy, 84