TONIGHT: Clouds will gradually melt away overnight as a drier air mass moves into the region. Expect overnight lows to drop into the middle and upper 40s by early Monday morning.
MONDAY: You may have to dress in layers, thanks to our cool start; but with lots of sunshine through the afternoon hours, expect the warmth to come back. We'll top out in the middle and upper 70s for Monday afternoon, which is closer to normal than what we've seen in recent weeks.
MID-WEEK: The cooler temperatures will be a thing of the past by Tuesday as highs rebound into the middle 80s. Humidity levels will begin to increase through Wednesday, leading to a chance for scattered storms overnight Wednesday into early Thursday. Temperatures will stay warm in the middle 80s during this time.
LATE WEEK: The heat and humidity will reach its peak by Friday and Saturday with highs flirting with 90° for the first time this year. We'll keep a mention for a few spotty storms these days. Showers and storms (a few being strong) could affect the region by late Sunday with our next storm system approaching.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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