A cold front is currently located in eastern Tennesse and will push through the region over the next couple of hours. Any remaining shower activity associated with it should taper by by the early afternoon once it passes through. Temperatures will be on the mild side today but cooler air will filter in later today.
The front will stall to our south tomorrow and a disturbance will begin to track along the boundary, originating in Texas. Clouds will increase throughout the day as the disturbance approaches the region and a rain/sleet mix is expected to begin overnight. This will continue into Wednesday before changing over to snow in the afternoon. Snow showers will continue overnight Wednesday but accumulations aren’t expected to be significant as the setup is not ideal.
High pressure settles in for Thursday and Friday. Seasonable temperatures and a good bit of sunshine will make for a pleasant couple of days.
A strong cold front is projected to move through Friday night. Snow showers are expected Friday night and Saturday but there isn’t a ton of moisture associated with this system. However, temperatures are going to be very chilly behind the front for the weekend.