Mostly cloudy, breezy and 64 for Monday night with a slight chance of sprinkles

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(GRAPHICS COURTESY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN)

LAFOLLETTE, TN (SPECIAL TO WLAF) – It’ll be mild and mainly rain free overnight as showers and storms will accompany a very dynamic weather system Tuesday with all hazards possible including damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes. 

Heavy rainfall and the threat of flooding are other concerns. 

A cold front will sweep through the Tennessee Valley Tuesday afternoon and into Tuesday night. Widespread showers and storms are expected along and ahead of this front. Timing of when this activity gets to our area is still a topic of conversation. Most recently there has been an earlier trend in guidance which would favor a higher risk of severe weather. Much of the day Tuesday, the warm sector air mass will be unstable, characterized by surface dew points in the 60`s underneath cool temperatures aloft.  The primary threat will be damaging straight line winds. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 04/01/2024-5:30PM)