It is nice to wake up to a mostly sunny day today after having endured heavy rainfall that registered just shy of 3 inches; at 2.98 inches of rain from Friday evening into Saturday morning. The graphic above shows that 2.51 inches of that total storm total occurred between midnight and 9 AM yesterday morning.
Mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the 40’s and nighttime lows in the upper 20’s to low 30’s should persist through the next 3 or 4 days. Weather patterns can always change over the long term, but currently there is no rain in sight for the next week.
A chilly rain, and even some snow, is likely across the southern Appalachians to the Gulf Coast Sunday night and Monday, leaving a wintry feel for the first full week of December: https://t.co/ATJod33D3J pic.twitter.com/FT6CIj0AeJ
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) December 6, 2020
The usually reliable Euro Model suggests an ever so slight chance of a dusting of snow by morning tomorrow as the day will start with increasingly cloudy skies from the south. The other models disagree.
Here is a view of the morning run of the Euro Model. It will update around 2 PM, so you may wish to check the afternoon run at that time to see if there are any substantial changes.