Good Wednesday. We will get a break from the heat for the next few days as a stationary front to our south stirs things up a bit.
Today, we will have mostly cloudy skies that will keep temps a little cooler with a high of 89 degrees. We can also expect scattered storms through the afternoon. There is a slight risk of severe storms that could produce hail, gusty winds, and an abundance of lightning.
Thursday I expect much of the same. The high will reach only 87 with scattered afternoon storms.
Models are a bit up in the air with Friday. Some are showing rain right over the Tennessee Valley. Others have the rain staying west. I will put in a slight chance for afternoon storms Friday with the high rebounding to 91. I don't have high confidence with the Friday forecast right now, though.
The weekend still looks a bit drier and warmer. Saturday and Sunday look to be in the low to mid 90s with only a slight chance for an afternoon storm or two.
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8am... Patchy Fog / Mostly Cloudy, 75
Noon... Storms Developing, 86
5pm... Scattered Storms, 89