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#TriCitiesWx Race Week Forecast III: April 14, 2016

April 14, 2016

The weather is beautiful, and it appears that we won’t see any changes to that for a while! So, here’s a quick Race Week forecast for tonight through Monday!

Temperatures go from around 60 to close to 70 as we go from Southwest Virginia and Western North Carolina all the way down into Tennessee toward Knoxville. Sunshine is everywhere, and with the exception of a few stray showers in the next few hours, we’ll be dry until at least the start of next week! Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Partly cloudy, a few evening rain showers possible. Low 42.

Friday-Partly to mostly sunny. High near 70.

Friday night-Partly cloudy. Lows near 40.

Saturday-Mostly sunny. High 73.

Sunday-Mostly sunny. High 78.

Monday-Partly to mostly sunny. Highs near 80.

Low pressure just southeast of Houston and another low just east of Daytona Beach are causing lots of rain, but well south of us. There’s a chance a few showers might pop up here this afternoon and evening, but that’s about it for quite a while.

High pressure will keep a cold front west of us, and those low pressure systems to our south will be pushed away from us to the east. That makes things dry and warm!

A weak cold front will move through late Monday night, but moisture with that looks limited. Our next shot at April showers could be waiting until late next week.

So get out there and enjoy this, whether it’s attending racing events or doing yard work or whatever. Just make sure to keep sunscreen and water handy. Have a great Friday!

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