The breeze has picked up today, and it looks to continue tonight through Tuesday. I don't see much rainfall for the rest of the day for most. A few showers and storms will be possible through sunset for our counties in north Georgia. With this event, Chattanooga picked up 2.6" of rainfall from Wednesday through Sunday. The Paint Rock River near Woodville, Alabama in Jackson County has risen to a Minor Flood Stage. There is a Flood Warning for the Paint Rock  River until 5 PM CDT on Tuesday. The Butler Bottom Lowlands near the river are flooded, and at this stage, high water approach County Road 20, north of the city of Paint Rock. 

Tonight, temperatures will be 6-8 degrees cooler in the mid-60s.

Tuesday looks fantastic as clouds decrease, and humidity lowers during the day. Tomorrow is the pick day for the next 7. It will be breezy though. I expect pollen counts to rise in the next 24 hours.

The next system arrives on Wednesday. A front approaches, bringing showers and thunderstorms. At this time, a few strong to severe thunderstorms can't be ruled out. The Storm Prediction Center has placed Chattanooga and across northern Jackson, Marion, Sequatchie, Rhea, and Grundy counties in a Marginal Risk for severe weather on Wednesday.


6 PM: P. Cloudy and Breezy, 82

9 PM: P. Cloudy and Breezy, 72

Midnight: Clearing and Breezy, 67