Good Sunday morning. It will be a quiet start to Father's Day with patchy fog through 8AM. Look for a partly cloudy sky today with isolated t-storms west of HWY 72 after 2PM. Most locations will be dry this afternoon with the better storm chance after 7PM tonight. Highs will reach near 90 again, which could make it the 5th day we've hit the 90s this month! There is a Slight Risk for severe weather tonight and into Monday morning. Organized storms are possible, and capable of producing wind gusts up to 60 mph. Rain amounts will range from 0.50" in the Tennessee Valley up to 1.25" near Knoxville and the Athens areas.
Monday morning storms will likely be ongoing, so you'll want to allow extra time for tomorrow's morning commute. High pressure looks to build from Tuesday and Wednesday, giving us some relief from the upper 80s and low 90s. We'll need to watch for a possible disturbance that could bring more rain chances from Thursday and Friday of next week.
8am... Fair Skies/Patchy Fog, 72°
Noon... Sun & Clouds, 85°
5pm... Storm Possible, 90°
8am... Storms Likely, 73°
Noon... Slight Storm Chance 81°
5pm... Storms ending east of East Brainerd, 82°
For the latest, download the WRCB weather app. - Brittany Beggs