WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies remain over the area through the day with highs split yet again - 50s north, 60s south, thanks to a stalled front situated near I-20. Clouds will eventually yield rain again by tonight into Thursday with lows in the 50s.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY: Rain will continue through the day, on and off as the front continues to waver over the region. Heaviest rain will likely hold off until Thursday night into Friday morning - heaviest streak will likely fall along and south of US 84. 1-3" of rain will be possible through Friday evening. Rain will continue to fall Friday morning, but will tend fade through Friday afternoon as the system begins to depart to the east.
EXTENDED FORECAST: We'll trend quieter for Saturday amid a mix of clouds and sun with highs in the 50s and 60s; we'll turn warmer again as a warm front moves north over the area Sunday and Monday. The front will push highs in the 60s Sunday with a chance for scattered showers and storms. Another risk for storm emerges Monday afternoon/evening - early indication suggests the potential for a few strong to severe storms. Most of the storms should exit by Tuesday but an unsettled pattern looks to remain in place heading through mid-late week.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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