HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — It was a pretty gloomy day across the Tennessee Valley as a cold front swept through earlier today and brought widespread rainfall ahead of it. The rain eventually came to an end once we made it into the afternoon but we remain under a cloudy sky. Most areas only received about a quarter of an inch of precipitation, so we did see some measurable amounts across the area.
We'll start to clear our tomorrow and conditions will improve. Friday we'll start the day under a mostly cloudy sky but the clouds will clear out and we'll eventually see some sunshine once we get into the afternoon. Saturday we'll see nothing but sunshine and temperatures will hangout in the mid to upper 50. Both of these days will remain dry. We'll start the day out Sunday dry but heading into the afternoon is when things turn wet.
Sunday afternoon will introduce a 50% chance of rain as another frontal boundary will move through bringing in rain with it. But, the rain won't stop on Sunday. Rain will carry over into Monday and it looks more like a widespread rain event and even a few thunderstorms mixed in. Temperatures will be nearing 70 degree for the day, which is about 20 degrees above average. The good news is that by the middle of next week, conditions will start to improve and it looks like we'll end next week seeing plenty of sunshine and dry conditions as well as back to average temperatures.