A few flurries and light snow showers are moving into the Cumberland River Valley and along the Virginia border. Most areas will not see any accumulation, but an isolated spot or two may pick up a light, brief coating. It will remain chilly with highs in the low 40s.
Sunday will start off cold with lows near freezing, but warming up into the upper 40s near 50° in the afternoon. We'll have a dry end to the weekend.
The dry weather will not last for long as rain showers move in late Monday and Tuesday ahead of a cold front. Temperatures on Tuesday will boost into the mid and upper 50s before crashing Christmas eve. A few light snow showers will stream in late Christmas eve into the next morning. While very light accumulations are possible in a few spots, significant snowfall is very unlikely at least over the next week.
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