T-Storms increase 1pm-6pm today
It's day 10 with temperatures in the 90s! T-storms will be increasing in coverage this afternoon, bubbling up by 1PM-2PM. T-storms will be likely for the evening commute, including Chattanooga. Rainfall amounts of 0.25" to 0.50" will be possible where t-storms develop. The best chance will be west of I-75 today. There is not a risk for severe weather, however 40-45 mph wind gusts will be possible, and frequent lighting. As temperatures climb to the mid-90s today, the heat index will top 97-101. The heat index will still be in the mid-90s at 6PM.
The weekend brings scattered storms. If you're headed to "Burn Your Half Off" tomorrow, it looks quiet at 7AM-9AM. T-storms will be developing in the afternoon, but it looks good for the run tomorrow morning. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s during this time. By Saturday night rainfall amounts of up to 0.75" will be possible west of Chattanooga. Sunday will bring another chance for scattered storms in the afternoon. Widespread rainfall amounts of 0.50" to 1.35" will be possible with the highest amounts over Grundy, Van Buren, Franklin, Jackson, and Dekalb counties.
- 12PM: 87 (Heat Index 92) M. Sunny
- 3PM: 94 (Heat Index 98) Storms west
- 6PM: 89 (Heat Index 95) T-Storms possible