The reruns continue with little change in temperatures and rain chances. A summer-like weather pattern settles into the Tennessee Valley for a while--very appropriate since it's officially summer now on the calendar!

Continual humidity plus afternoon heating will combine to bring varying chances for pop-up showers and storms just about every day for at least the next week. They'll be isolated to scattered in nature. These showers and storms will not be around all day and most won't even develop in the morning hours. They'll generally form in the afternoon during the hottest part of the day, then fade through the evening as sunset approaches and heating is lost.

It's nearly impossible to tell where the showers and storms will pop-up exactly, so just keep an umbrella handy or be prepared to dash inside for a while.  It's a roll of the dice, although the best chance will be in the higher elevations because the mountains add a little more lift. But some of the storms could again roll off the mountains into some valley areas.

High temperatures will range from the upper 80s to lower 90s with overnight lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Download the WRCB weather app for the interactive radar and road conditions. - Nick Austin

For Friday:

8 am...Few Clouds, 69

Noon...Partly Cloudy, 80

5pm...Nearby Storm?, 88