REST OF FRIDAY: Temperatures will claw their way back into the lower 50s by the afternoon hours under a mix of high clouds and sunshine. With mostly clear skies being on the menu again - temperatures will quickly fall off into the 30s again by early Saturday morning.
WEEKEND AHEAD: Our weather pattern, overall, looks to stay quiet through the weekend ahead. A few extra clouds may sneak in ahead of another reinforcing shot of cooler air on Saturday into Sunday. We'll look to stay dry with highs staying in the 50s; lows at night, in the 30s.
NEXT WEEK: As an upper level trough begins to swing out of the region by mid-week; that will allow for temperatures to begin heading back to we've been use to seeing – above-normal readings. We'll transition from highs near 60 Monday to 60s to near 70 by Tuesday and Wednesday. There is an outside chance of a few showers Wednesday, but most of us look to be dry at this point. A weak disturbance may trigger a few more showers by Thursday, amid temperatures in the 60s.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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