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June 24, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

June 24, 2016

We made it out of the storms last night with some trees down, but no major damage to my knowledge. Other folks nearby weren’t so lucky, and flooding is going on in parts of West Virginia right now. Down here, a few storms could drift in this evening, but for the most part it’ll be a dry and hot weekend! Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Tuesday!

Temperatures are in the mid 80’s across most of the Tri-Cities this afternoon, a bit lower than the 90 I expected for today. Cooler is better in this situation, so I’ll deal with it! Toward Knoxville, they’re closing in on that 90 mark, with folks in the mountains close to 80 as of about 4:30pm. Hotter weather will be the story of the weekend. Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Partly cloudy, a few storms are possible. Patchy fog possible in the morning. Low 64.

Saturday-Mostly sunny, slight chance of a thunderstorm in the mountains. Highs near 90.

Saturday night-Partly cloudy and muggy. Low 65.

Sunday-Partly to mostly sunny, a few showers and storms are possible late in the day. High 92.

Monday-Partly cloudy, scattered showers and thunderstorms. High 86.

Tuesday-Morning rain, partly cloudy by afternoon. High 88.

A weak cold front will move through tonight, basically bringing us lows a couple degrees cooler thanks to a wind shift. We warm up to near 90 tomorrow, with the vast majority of us staying dry and hot.

Sunday looks mostly the same, but a new cold front will be headed our way by then, so we might see some scattered showers and storms moving in late in the day, with storms certainly more likely Sunday night.

Monday will feature off-and-on showers and thunderstorms as well, until the cold front gets through here Monday night and into Tuesday. Rain is possible Tuesday morning, but the latter part of the day will be dry.

The hottest days of the forecast are Saturday and Sunday, while we will see temperatures a touch cooler as we head into early next week.

I’ll have a new forecast on Sunday evening in time for next week. Have a wonderful weekend, and stay cool out there!

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