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June 14, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

June 14, 2016

It’s a hot, dry day outside, but thankfully with low humidity! That part of our weather will crank up in the coming days, before a cold front gives us a little less soupy atmosphere heading into the weekend. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Saturday!

We’ve officially tied a record high at Tri-Cities Airport, with a reading of 92 degrees as of 4pm. That record was last accomplished way back in 1943. It is entirely possible that the record could fall in the next few hours.

As for everyone else, temperatures are in the low 80’s in the North Carolina mountains, with Southwest Virginia getting into the upper 80’s. We’ve arrived in the low 90’s in the Tri-Cities, with temperatures a bit warmer to our southwest.

This should be our hottest day of the week, but the next two days will feature a lot of warmth as well. Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Partly cloudy, with a few showers and storms possible late. Low 68.

Wednesday-A few scattered showers and thunderstorms, otherwise partly cloudy. High 89.

Wednesday night-Cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely. Low 68.

Thursday-Cloudy early with a few showers and storms, partly cloudy late in the day. Highs near 90.

Friday-Partly cloudy and mainly dry, but a slight chance of rain. Cooler, highs near 80.

Saturday-Mostly sunny. High 83.

A warm front is just southeast of us, and it will drift through tonight. That will bring showers and storms that are near Cookeville and southwest of Knoxville toward us. The best chance of rain should be after midnight tonight.

From there, we’ll return to a more humid air mass for Wednesday and Thursday. We’ll see scattered storms Wednesday, but they will be more numerous Wednesday night for sure, where a few strong storms are possible.

A cold front moves through Friday morning, bringing in more comfortable, cooler conditions. There’s a small chance of rain Friday, but it should be mainly dry. Then, we’ll have a beautiful day starting the weekend on Saturday as we return to the low 80’s.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast, have a great evening!

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