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June 5, 2017 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

June 5, 2017

It’s a cool, cloudy, rainy day across our area, with one of our warm spots in western North Carolina of all places! Rain will continue through the night, but by tomorrow rain should be gone for a little while. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday!

Yeah, believe it or not, at 3,333 feet, the folks in Boone, North Carolina, share the warmest spot of the day as of nearly 4pm today. That happens a lot of times with weather like this. Knoxville chimes in at about the same temperature, 72, with Jefferson another North Carolina town warmer than most of us. We’ll stay cooler than normal through the outlook:

  • Tonight-Rain showers likely, may be heavy at times. Low 62.
  • Tuesday-A few showers early, slowly becoming partly cloudy. High 75.
  • Tuesday night-Partly cloudy. Low 52.
  • Wednesday-Partly to mostly sunny, maybe a shower or storm in the mountains. High 73.
  • Thursday-Partly cloudy, a few rain showers possible. High 75.
  • Friday-Mostly sunny, only a slight chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. Highs near 80.

We’re at about a third of an inch of rain so far today just next door at the airport, and we might double that by the time this Monday comes to an end tonight. Steady rain is falling between here and Knoxville, but there is a short break after that, with more scattered showers in Middle Tennessee now.

So expect rain showers to continue off and on through the overnight hours, and don’t be surprised to hear a rumble of thunder from time to time. Organized storms don’t look too likely, though, and certainly nothing even strong through tonight.

Tuesday may start out with a couple rain showers, but they will be gone by early afternoon at the latest. Expect the sun to come out from time to time in the afternoon.

From there, Wednesday should be dry, except for a small chance of rain in in the mountains. Thursday looks about the same, with better chances of rain north and east of the Tri-Cities.

By Friday, we return to temperatures near what is our average (81) as we have a small chance of rain for any of us late in the day finishing off the work week.

I’ll have the first look at the weekend forecast tomorrow. Have a great Tuesday!

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