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July 10, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

July 10, 2016

This week marks the middle of the month of July, and with it the beginning of the middle of summer. That means I sound like a broken record for the next few weeks, most likely! Welcome to this week’s Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!

Sunday was a sunny and dry day, with highs getting up into the mid 80’s in the Tri-Cities, with the mountains rising to the upper 70’s, probably a nice place to be this afternoon. We’ll have maybe one more dry day before I start the parade of the phrase “showers and thunderstorms” for each afternoon for the rest of the week. Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Partly cloudy. Low 65.

Monday-Mostly sunny. A small chance of a late afternoon shower or thunderstorm. High 88.

Monday night-Partly cloudy, a slight chance of an evening shower or storm. Low 68.

Tuesday-Partly to mostly sunny. A few afternoon pop-up showers and thunderstorms are possible. High 88.

Wednesday-Partly to mostly sunny. A few afternoon pop-up showers and thunderstorms are possible. Highs near 90.

Thursday-Partly to mostly sunny. A few afternoon showers and thunderstorms are possible. Highs near 90.

Friday-Partly cloudy, with scattered showers and storms possible. Highs again near 90.

I don’t normally do copy and paste on these forecasts, in an effort to try to find a way to explain the same thing in a different way without making things sound different. This time, though, copy and paste is appropriate through the middle of the week, with the only changes being slightly hotter temperatures Wednesday through Friday.

A stationary front is just south of us, and it will attempt to move north tomorrow. That won’t happen, though, as it’ll wash out over the Smokies and disappear. The next cold front will start out in the Dakotas through the Rockies tomorrow, then move toward Eastern Kentucky by Friday. However, it is a good possibility that the front will stop on its way down here, and shift into reverse by the weekend. In so doing, that front will become a warm front, and head back toward the Great Lakes this weekend.

That said, we’re going to see high pressure around here, and summertime weather. Hot, humid conditions, with storms popping up each afternoon. Not everyone will get wet, but if you’re near a big tall puffy cloud and hear thunder rumbling from it, you might want to get inside for a while! Especially do so if that cloud has a darker appearance, as that means a storm is imminent for you! Also, occasionally these storms can become severe for a short time, bringing damaging winds and hail.

As always, I’ll have forecasts each afternoon this week, depending on how busy the weather office gets in the coming days. Have a great week!

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