Published: 8.29.16 7:24am
Good Morning Folks! A few showers rolled through the region yesterday afternoon, leaving behind a few hundredths of an inch for the most part and of course Panthertown is reporting the highest total at 0.34”. We’ll find shower chances dwindle down to near zero today, tomorrow and possibly Wednesday with sunshine overhead and temps somewhat uncomfortable as they rise to the mid – upper 80’s each afternoon. By Thursday we’ll notice a cold front sweeping into the region from the NW, ushering in isolated to scattered showers depending upon how close you are to the TN line. Friday into the holiday weekend looks pleasant with near normal temps and as of right now, more sunshine than clouds or showers, so perhaps a great weekend to hit the lake or river. The tropics continue to create chaos among the models as a new tropical depression has formed just off the NC coast and although it won’t impact our region, it goes to show how quick things can form as we enter peak season. We still don’t know the evolution of the tropical depression moving across the southern tip of Florida, so for now we simply mention its kicking and if anything changes we’ll provide an update each morning.
Today will kick off another school and work week with gradual clearing as we deal with a continuing easterly flow across the region, which is keeping mostly sunny skies at bay through the morning hours. Eventually mostly sunny skies will setup shop across... click here for more