We are waking up to cloudy skies and drizzle in the Tri-State this morning. The pavement is a bit damp, but it shouldn't impact the morning commute. Temperatures are cooling to 40 by 7 a.m.
It will be mostly cloudy for the majority of today's forecast. Temperatures will not be as warm today, only topping out at 46 degrees. Compared to the record high of 63 on Tuesday, this is a temperature difference you'll notice, I'd recommend at least a jacket.
It's going to be a bit colder tonight as lows drop to 35. Granted, 23 degrees is our "normal" low this time of year, so we are doing well when you consider how cold January generally is. High pressure is to the south tomorrow which results in partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures. We should top out at 53 on Thursday.
Get that umbrella ready once again. Showers will be moving up from the Tennessee Valley by Thursday evening. Currently, rain could start as early as 5-6 p.m. in our southwestern counties. Everyone will have a chance for spotty showers by 10 p.m.
Occasional showers continue through Friday morning for a soggy commute to work. Temperatures will at least be mild in the mid 40s. I don't expect Friday to be a complete washout despite the morning rain showers. We'll see temperatures in the upper 50s with isolated showers that afternoon and evening.