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May 26, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

May 26, 2016

There have been lots of clouds around today, and more rain showers than expected too. Both of those things have kept temperatures WAY below forecast. I still think we’ll see upper 80’s the next couple days before we cool off a bit later this weekend. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Monday!

It’ll be a short forecast, but there’s a lot going on. It appears the end of our current weather pattern will happen next week, as the system that is causing many massive tornadoes will move our way. It won’t be nearly as intense when it gets here, though. Here’s the quick forecast:

Tonight-Cloudy, a few showers and possible thunderstorms. Low 62.

Friday-Partly to mostly sunny, with scattered showers and storms possible. High 87.

Friday night-Partly cloudy, maybe a rain shower in the evening. Low 62.

Saturday-Partly to mostly sunny, mainly dry, but a small chance of rain late. High 88.

Sunday-Partly cloudy, with afternoon scattered showers and thunderstorms. High 85.

Monday-Cloudy, with scattered showers and storms likely. High 83.

We’ll have a good supply of sunshine through most of the days until Monday, as we continue with a very warm and humid weather pattern that is a lot like summer. Monday should see a cold front move through, which will enhance our chances of rain and storms.

I’ll have more details on the forecast tomorrow. Have a great evening!

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