From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Weather Update - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday
An area of low pressure centered to our north has showers circulating across the Mid-South, though by sunset, West Tennessee will be done with the wet weather for the most part. Cooler weather is on the way and will make for a chilly morning on Black Friday if you'll be out waiting for the stores to open!
Tonight, skies will gradually begin to clear as the low pressure system moves east. At times skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy with breezy westerly winds as temperatures drop to the low 30s by Thanksgiving morning. Tomorrow, temperatures will only warm up to the low and mid 40s even with sunshine becoming more prominent after noon.
On Friday, with southerly winds, temperatures will warm up to the 50s and eventually into the 60s over the weekend! The warmup will be accompanied by cloudier skies and a chance for rain as we head into December.
Have a great night and a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Regional Travel Concerns -
If you'll be driving east into Middle and East Tennessee there will be some travel concerns regarding potential snowfall in counties east of Nashville. A winter weather advisory for eastern counties of Middle Tennessee and parts of East Tennessee is in effect until Thanksgiving morning. Some areas in the eastern part of the Cumberland Plateau could get 1-2 inches of snow.
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