A Quick Hit Of Rain For Some Wednesday

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Prepared by Chris Allen
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Tuesday was terrific! Temperatures stayed mild with humidity levels low and comfortable for mid-June standards. A weak front reinforcing the mild air could trigger some widely scattered showers and storms late Wednesday, especially east of I-65 - a few could be strong. Otherwise, the rest of the work week appears dry. Another "soaker system" moves in for Father's Day weekend as a front stalls over the area. Rain chances look to continue into much of next week.

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Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...

WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny, Widely Scat'd PM T/Storms
High 80, Low 59, winds SW-8

THURSDAY: Morning Showers, then Mostly Sunny, Breezy and Cooler
High 72, Low 50, winds NW-12, Gusts to 24

FRIDAY: Sunny and Warmer
High 80, Low 60, winds S-7

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