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June 12, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

June 12, 2016

It’s been a reasonably calm week, but the heat has built quite a bit in the past seven days! Afternoon highs won’t move all that much in our area, at least until we look toward the end of the week. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday!

A few thunderstorms developed in Kentucky this afternoon, but by the time they arrived in southwest Virginia, there wasn’t much left of them. The remaining clouds might bring a rain shower, but for the most part, we should stay dry until at least Tuesday. Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Mostly dry, with partly cloudy conditions and a small chance of rain. Lows near 60.

Monday-Mostly sunny. High 88.

Monday night-Partly cloudy. Low 54.

Tuesday-Partly cloudy, with a few scattered afternoon showers and storms. Highs near 90.

Wednesday-Partly cloudy, some scattered showers and storms. High 87.

Thursday-Partly to mostly cloudy, scattered showers and thunderstorms at times. High 88.

Friday-Partly cloudy and a bit cooler, with a few showers and storms. High 82.

We reached 91 degrees both days this weekend, with a good supply of sunshine for most of us. A cold front is poised just to our north, and it will drift through here tonight. The biggest punch with this system is a few storms that caused some power outages near Louisville, Kentucky, earlier today. Things should be just fine for us, other than a stray rain shower from dying storms this evening.

The front comes through late tonight, and we’ll be a bit cooler tomorrow, but still quite warm in the upper 80’s. That front drifts back north as a warm front later this week, then comes back in as a cold front on Friday.

So, after one day of dry weather, we’ll see our conditions get more humid starting Tuesday, and hotter as well. We’ll see 90 again on Tuesday, with a few showers and storms possible during the afternoon.

We’ll see much better chances of showers and storms scattered around on Wednesday and Thursday, as we’ll drop back into the upper 80’s for afternoon highs thanks to more clouds. The cold front moves through again on Friday, which will cool us off to the low 80’s to finish the work week, with a few showers and storms lingering around still.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast! I’d tell stories about my week off, but there’s not much to tell, really. I played putt-putt in Bristol one day, watched my nephew play baseball another day, and basically did a lot of house work. Not much exciting here, except a putt-putt hole-in-one, I guess.

Keep in mind that the staff is shorthanded this week, so longer updates may not happen as much through Friday. I’ll still have a forecast ready each afternoon before 6pm, even if it’s a short one! Have a great week, everyone!

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