We start our Sunday off with some scattered light rain showers. But the low levels of the atmosphere are really dry, so not a lot of rain is reaching the surface. This disturbance will slide to our east, allowing for drier air to settle in from the north. The skies will clear this afternoon, leaving us with sunny skies, but cooler air moves in. That means high temperatures will be trending 10 or more degrees below average for this time of the year. This evening will be a great night to have a Sunday night fire pit.

Tonight will be clear and chilly. Morning low temperatures will dip to the 30s and 40s. We will have the threat for some light frost, mainly along the Cumberland Plateau, northern valley and upper East Tennessee. Because of that, the National Weather Service has issued a FROST ADVISORY until 9am Monday.

Next week we will start off sunny, quiet and dry. There’s a cold front that will be swinging into the area on Wednesday. At this point, it looks like it will just bring light rain to much of the area. Then another cold front looks to makes its way to our region on Friday. We’ll keep you updated on that in the coming days.

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