Cleveland, Tennessee

Today we’re off to Cleveland!…Tennessee that is. It’s a lot closer to Chattanooga than Lake Erie. What is going on in this rocking city of the south?

At 653PM EDT, the temperature at Cleveland, TN was 62 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. As mentioned in yesterday’s San Antonio forecast, there’s an upper trough swinging through the Mid-MS Valley and through the eastern US, in wake of a potent cold front that brought severe weather to the Southeast. Scattered showers and thunderstorms have been found throughout the region today, but thankfully that activity will be dying down overnight as the trough departs the region. In it’s place, high pressure is expected to take hold throughout the day tomorrow and into Thursday, making for dry conditions and warmer temps as the weekend approaches. Nothing like some low-70s to make it feel like spring is in full swing!

Wednesday: Spotty AM shower, dries out by dawn. Sunny and pleasant day. High 65, Low 45.
Thursday: Sunny and warmer. High 71, Low 42.

TWC: Wednesday: Isolated early AM thundershowers. Sunny during the day. High 66, Low 44.
Thursday: Sunny. High 72, Low 40.

AW: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a tstorm overnight, mostly sunny during the day. High 64, Low 44.
Thursday: Pleasant and warmer. High 71, Low 40.

NWS: Wednesday: Chance of morning showers, then gradually becoming sunny. High 65, Low 44.
Thursday: Sunny. High 73, Low 40.

WB: Wednesday: Chance of some morning showers, perhaps a thunderstorm. Mostly sunny during the day. High 66, Low 43.
Thursday: Sunny. High 74, Low 39.

WN: Wednesday: Some morning showers, then mostly sunny. High 64, Low 39
Thursday: Sunny. High 73, Low 48.

We see the scattered shower activity associated with the trough moving through. This will be ending overnight, then a couple of nice days in store for the area!

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