TUESDAY: With a southerly flow and stalled front nearby, our weather pattern remains unsettled today with variably cloudy skies and scattered to numerous storms, especially by the afternoon and evening. Highs will still manage to work into the upper 80s to lower 90s. Rain chances will remain elevated past sunset as lows drop into the 70s.
WEDNESDAY: The nearly-stalled front will sag a bit farther south Wednesday, bisecting the area – keeping rain chances elevated and causing a spread in temperatures – running in the lower to middle 80s north; middle and upper 80s south.
EXTENDED RANGE: Our stalled front will knock temperatures down a few pegs for Thursday with a continuation of variably cloudy skies and scattered downpours at times. Eventually, the warmer air will win out as a subtropical ridge begins to build over the southeast through the upcoming weekend. Rain chances will taper a bit, but temperatures will recover – likely pushing into the upper 80s to near 90° by the weekend and next week.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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