A disturbance is starting to take shape over the mid-south today bringing periods of rain to the Clarksville area. The rain should last into the afternoon, but will start to break up into the evening as high pressure builds in. For those with friends and family in the northeast, this system is the one that will ride the coast and could bring an early season accumulating snow to the northeast. High pressure will build behind this system, but temperatures will be cool, in the upper 50s, with lows in the lower to middle 30s. This will cause areas of frost to develop overnight tonight and Saturday. Another weak frontal system will move through the area overnight Sunday into Monday bringing another shot for an isolated shower, but no significant precipitation is expected. Looking to the beginning of next workweek, temperatures will begin to slowly moderate ahead of the next system to move through the Clarksville area on Thursday.
Here is the Clarksville area forecast:
Friday: Periods of rain, especially during the morning. High: 57
Friday night: Partly cloudy. Areas of frost overnight. Low: 35
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High: 59
Saturday night: Mainly clear. Hard frost expected overnight. Low: 33
Sunday: Mostly sunny during the day, a few clouds overnight with a slight risk for a shower. High: Lower 60s Low: Lower 40s
Monday: Isolated showers during the day, otherwise partly cloudy skies. High: Near 60 Low: Middle 30s