TUESDAY: Showers and storms have exited the region in most instances. A few isolated showers could roll through the area through the latter half of the morning, but most will remain dry. Expect cool breezes from the north to funnel in. Afternoon temperatures will hover in the 60s. Tonight, skies will clear with lows dropping in the 40s by Wednesday morning.
WEDNESDAY: With high pressure overhead, sunshine will win out through mid-week with highs working their way back from the morning 40s in the upper 60s and lower 70s by afternoon. Expect lows to drop into the 40s again by early Thursday.
EXTENDED FORECAST: High pressure will begin to edge farther east through Thursday, though expect 70s to remain commonplace amid a mix of sun and clouds. Rain chances return through late week and into the upcoming weekend amid the mild 70s, leading into the 80s by late into the weekend and next week as several disturbances push past the area.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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