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September 13, 2020 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

It’s been a busy day with conferences and programming changes, and weather to deal with! A cold front calms our weather overnight for a couple days before rain, potentially tropical, returns Thursday. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for the next four days!

Typically this time of year, I’m either at the National Weather Association Annual Meeting or wishing I was. This year, I get to do both! Thanks to the COVID-19 situation around the world, the meeting is virtual this year! So I get to work and attend meetings simultaneously. Be prepared for weather tweets this week. And if you want to see more about meetings I’ve attended in the past, click Weather Info to look at my first two. The third one miraculously never got a post, but last year’s in Huntsville did! Here’s the link to that one: #NWAS19: 4 Days, 3 Hugs, 2 Speeches, and an Airplane.

With that, I hurriedly type the outlook for the next four days, with 3 minutes to go until the next session starts!

  • Tonight-A few scattered showers and storms, otherwise mostly cloudy. Patchy fog possible in the morning. Low 67.
  • Monday-A small chance of rain early, otherwise partly cloudy. High 82.
  • Monday night-Mostly clear, low 58.
  • Tuesday-Mostly sunny. High 83.
  • Wednesday-Partly cloudy with a small chance of rain in the afternoon. Highs near 80.
  • Thursday-Mostly cloudy with some scattered showers. High 77.

A cold front zips through here tonight, which will bring the rain to an end once it’s gone. Temperatures will drop behind it, with comfortable weather for a few days. It looks rain free for most of tomorrow through most of Wednesday.

After that, a new cold front and potentially what’s left of what will be Hurricane Sally (but won’t be by then, if that makes sense) brings rain back into the picture on Thursday. After that, the whole thing is up in the air thanks to the hurricane and exactly where it goes.

To clarify, Sally is currently a tropical storm. It will become a hurricane before it makes landfall along the Gulf Coast. When any tropical system hits land, it quickly loses strength. So we’ll get rain and wind from it if it gets close enough, but not nearly as strong as what will happen in Louisiana and Mississippi. The cold front that should move through early Friday will sweep everything out to sea soon thereafter.

While I’m attending the NWA meeting this week, I will still be here and on the air! That’s an interesting thing about virtual events…I can still work and attend at the same time. So I’ll have forecasts each day this week.

And while I’m at it, our station websites are currently updating! With the new updates will bring the forecast to said websites! I’ll let you know when they’re all done, but it’s an exciting new way to get the forecast to all of our listeners!

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