Soaking rain on Sunday moves to damaging winds Monday

Mild temperatures going on and cold moving in

Rain this evening could be heavy at times with an isolated storm. High winds kick in tomorrow with gusts near 50 mph prompting a Wind Advisory for the entire Tri-State.
As an area of low pressure now over Tennessee Valley pushes northwards, we'll get up to an inch or more of rainfall across the Tri-State. A cold front will also push in tomorrow behind this system and produce high winds. A Wind Advisory goes into effect 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday. Expect sustained winds 20-30 mph with gusts upwards of 50 mph. The impact can be scattered tree branches and possibly downed power lines as well as road hazards for high profile vehicle. So be careful. Take in hanging plants and other items that can get tossed around in high winds.

Rain through early Monday then cloudy with temperatures falling from the lower 50s to 40s by late afternoon. Cold air in the upper 30s to near 40s will follow.  

A First Warning...While travel day Wednesday looks fine, a few light snow showers are forecasted to develop Wednesday night into early Thanksgiving morning. Right now, it doesn't look like much accumulation, if any. We're keeping an eye on that front though, with more to come on that as we get closer to turkey day.

Wind Advisory


Rain and isolated storm possible
Low: 52


Morning rain & wind
Becoming partly sunny late day with gusty southwest winds
High: 54 (temps fall early afternoon)


Partly cloudy, decreasing wind
Low: 31


Partly sunny & colder
High: 39





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