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June 25, 2019 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

June 25, 2019

Summer officially began last week, but we’re going to start seeing typical Southern Appalachian weather for summer beginning this week as hotter weather arrives. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Saturday!

Thankfully, the storms yesterday didn’t amount to much by the time they got to our area. We had a couple severe thunderstorm warnings, but for the most part those storms were weakening when they arrived. High pressure keeps that from happening for the most part for the rest of this forecast.

  • Tonight-Partly cloudy, with patchy morning fog. Low 58.
  • Wednesday-Mostly sunny after fog wears off. High 87.
  • Wednesday night-Partly cloudy. Lows near 60.
  • Thursday-Mostly sunny, maybe a pop-up thunderstorm in the mountains. Highs near 90.
  • Friday-Mostly sunny with a slight chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. High 88.
  • Saturday-Mostly sunny, afternoon and evening pop-up storms are possible. High 88.

We will have cooler temperatures tonight, with high pressure almost directly over us. With that, some patchy fog is possible in the morning. Be careful driving around in that late tonight and early Wednesday.

After that, the sun comes out and clears things out for most of the day. That will give us highs in the upper 80’s during the day. Thursday has the usual summertime slight chance of rain or a thunderstorm in the afternoon, but should be mostly sunny as we approach 90 degrees.

The rest of the forecast looks the same way. Sunshine for most of Friday and Saturday, with summer showers and storms a possibility late in the afternoon through early evening. I think the better chances of storms will be near mountains, like Virginia/Kentucky and Tennessee/North Carolina border areas.

An organized chance of rain and storms might come with a cold front Sunday or Monday. But this time of year, I’ll have to watch the model runs and see if that’s a possibility. Much of the time in summer, fronts that are projected to move through either never make it, or hover around for a while.

If they never make it, our weather won’t change. But fronts that hang around here might bring more showers and storms and cooler temperatures because of the clouds. I’ll keep an eye on it. Have a great Wednesday!

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