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Most folks managed to stay dry today, but light showers are beginning to develop near the Tennessee and Virginia borders. These shower will continue to develop over the next few hours, and we could even hear a rumble of thunder in a few spots. Overnight, things will dry out. Temperatures will drop to the mid 60s as the clouds hang around.

The development of valley fog cannot be ruled out for the morning. The rain should hold off until the afternoon as daytime heating kicks in and provides fuel for scattered showers to develop. Temperatures will reach the mid 80s for most and skies will remain mostly sunny.

The possibility for an afternoon pop-up shower is in the playing cards for everyday next week. We are also looking at temperatures MUCH warmer than what we've seen lately. The second half of the week looks to be the warmest, especially as we near the weekend. While temperatures may stay in the upper 80s, it could actually feel like the lower 90s during the afternoon. Besides the chance of an afternoon shower/storm, expect to see a mix of sun and clouds throughout the week.

Have a wonderful evening and great start to the week!


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Allison Rogers

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