Remnants of "Barry" Keep Us Damp

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WBKO 13 News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Chris Allen
Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Remnants of what was once Hurricane Barry will keep our weather unsettled through mid-week. The highest chances for rain and storms show up late into early Wednesday afternoon. Locally heavy rainfall (upwards of 1") is possible during this period with a couple of stronger storms possible. As Barry's remnant low moves away Thursday, more sunshine returns. However, the brighter skies will result in some HOT temperatures! Highs soar into the low to mid-90s late week into the weekend. Some relief comes our way with the return of shower and storm chances early next week.

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TUESDAY: Breezy with Scattered T/Storms, Locally Heavy Rainfall
High 88, Low 73, winds S-15, G-30

WEDNESDAY: Breezy with Scattered Thunderstorms Likely
High 86, Low 73, winds SW-12

THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, Hot and Humid, Isolated Aft'n T/Storms
High 92, Low 72, winds SW-7

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