This morning we can run into some times of showers and patchy fog, but get ready for a cooler day. We are saying good bye to the 70s as high temperatures were actually set overnight, so throughout the day temperatures will only be in the upper 40s and 50s with breezy conditions. Wind gusts will hit around 15-20 MPH coming out of the northwest.
A cold front continues to scoot through allowing some light, scattered showers today. We have been so dry lately, so a lot of dry air is in place which will take a bit longer to get the upper atmosphere saturated to allow rain to hit the surface. Any rain that does come down should be light and scattered throughout the viewing area. Showers should wrap up this evening allowing clear and COLD conditions to form overnight.
Temperatures tonight fall into the upper 20s and 30s. A Freeze Watch has been issued for all of our counties except Giles and Wythe.
High pressure builds in tomorrow allowing dry and sunny conditions, but we will still be cool. Highs will be in the middle to upper 50s.
Overnight lows will drop again mainly into the 30s Saturday night, so we may witness some patchy frost into Sunday morning. By Sunday we gradually warm up, but temperatures are still cooler than average.