By Bob Becker
What a week it has been weather wise. We went from temperatures in the 80's to Highs only in the 40's with an EF3 Tornado in the Greenback Area as the cold air moved in. I do hope the clean up process is going as well as can be expected after a Tornado.
I'm very happy to know there were no deaths from the destructive storm.
Your Thursday will still feel like winter as Highs will once again struggle to reach 50. It will be a cloudy day with more scattered showers possible. The Next system should remain mainly to our south and east but we will keep the cloudy, very chilly weather in the area Thursday Night and Friday.
The difference is that we will only see a slight 20 percent chance of rain by Thursday Night and Friday but highs will still struggle to reach the 50's on Friday. So don't put away your jackets, sweaters and blankets just yet.
Yes, we will finally see some relief by the weekend. As the skies clear on your Saturday, head back outdoors as temperatures will approach 60 degrees. By Sunday, temperatures will warm well into the 60's. But a warm front may bring back a few showers on Sunday, but the day won't be a wash out.
Keep in mind, this is the price we pay for the warm Spring Days. The temperatures will warm up but as another front moves our way, expect another round of Showers and Thunderstorms to arrive Monday and they will end on Tuesday.
There is once again a possibility that some of these storms may become strong to severe. This is the downside to springtime in our area, Severe Weather Season.
So hang in there a few days and temperatures will warm up. The upcoming weekend doesn't look too bad at all, but that could very well lead to more showers and storms early next week. Let's just hope the storms will be less severe then the last round that rolled through our area.