FLASH FLOOD WATCH UNTIL 7 PM FRIDAY FOR ALL OF THE WLBT / FOX 40 VIEWING AREA.
REST OF FRIDAY: Cindy's remnants, entangled with an approaching front will bring rounds of showers and storms to the region. Severe weather threat will be lower for Friday, but the localized flooding possibility along with a small tornado risk will continue through early evening. Temperatures will warm to the middle 80s. Another complex of storms will drop south later this evening bringing another round of rain and storms. Lows will fall to the lower and middle 70s.
INTO THE WEEKEND: The soupy atmosphere left behind from Cindy and a slow-moving front will keep the weather unsettled through the weekend ahead. Expect scattered storms Saturday and Sunday with highs in the middle 80s, lows in the 70s. Higher probability of rain will likely be south of I-20 these days, near the front.
NEXT WEEK: Behind the front, the weather turns more settled as high pressure builds over the region. Expect mostly to partly sunny skies and near-normal highs in the middle and upper 80s by Tuesday through Thursday. We'll keep mention of a few storms here and there each day.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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