Before our next cold front moves through early Monday evening, we will see several rounds of rain and t'showers as waves of low pressure form and move northeast along the front.
The timing is tricky, but it looks like a round overnight Saturday night through parts of Sunday, and another Sunday night through the first half of Monday.
No major severe weather is expected, though a few storms could have some gusty winds, especially near the Alabama border.
Temperatures will be in the upper 60s on Sunday, and mid 60s on Monday before the cooler temperatures push in Monday evening.
By Tuesday, lows will be in the upper 30s, followed by highs in the low 50s.
It warms right back up again on Wednesday, before a strong cold front moves through Thursday morning with showers and t'showers followed by much colder air (falling from 50s through the 40s).
Lows Friday morning should be in the 20s, with highs only in the 40s.