A Rainy, Cooler Pattern Settles In

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Prepared by Chris Allen
Thursday, August 22, 2019

The current heatwave steamrolled into a 6th straight day of 90s Wednesday. Cooler temperatures are coming, though. We stay unsettled in the days ahead as a front now over the Midwest slowly dips southward. The best chance for beneficial rain will comes Thursday into Friday. As the front stalls in the Tennessee Valley, small chances for showers and thundershowers continue into the weekend. The front will deliver some relief from the heat, as highs drop into the 80s by Friday. Shower and thunderstorm chances continue into early next week followed by what looks to be the first major shot of cooler air this season!

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THURSDAY: Showers and Thunderstorms Likely
High 89, Low 70, winds SW-8

FRIDAY: Showers and Thunderstorms Likely
High 83, Low 67, winds NE-5

SATURDAY: Partly Cloudy, Slight Chance of a T/Shower
High 84, Low 64, winds NE-6

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