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8:00 AM | *Almost a year has passed since the “Great American Solar Eclipse” and there are some important preliminary findings…another opportunity comes in 2024*

Paul Dorian

It was just about one year ago when America went crazy for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse on US soil since 1918 and it provided a great opportunity for scientists.  Next week marks the one-year anniversary of what was referred to as “The Great American Solar Eclipse” as on August 21st, 2017, the moon passed between the sun and earth and the result was a 67-mile wide shadow that crossed the country from Oregon-to-South Carolina.  Total solar eclipses occur somewhere on Earth every year or so, but generally cast their shadows over oceans or remote land masses.  If you missed last year’s total solar eclipse or it turned out to be cloudy in your area then there will be another opportunity in the not-too-distant future during April 2024.

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7:00 AM | Rain-free conditions today and Thursday a welcome change from recent wet spell

Paul Dorian

Weak high pressure will edge into the area today and it should provide us with two straight days with rain-free conditions which will be a welcome change from the recent wet stretch of weather. Another frontal system will approach the area on Friday and it will renew the chances for showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week. This front will be slow to move away this weekend and it’ll stay a bit unsettled here on Saturday with a lingering chance for a shower or thunderstorm.

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7:00 AM | Rain-free conditions today and Thursday a welcome change from recent wet spell

Paul Dorian

Weak high pressure will edge into the area today and it should provide us with two straight days with rain-free conditions which will be a welcome change from the recent wet stretch of weather. Another frontal system will approach the area on Friday and it will renew the chances for showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week. This front will be slow to move away this weekend and it’ll stay a bit unsettled here on Saturday with a lingering chance for a shower or thunderstorm.

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7:00 AM | Somewhat drier air lessens the chances for showers and storms next couple days

Paul Dorian

While there will remain the chance of showers and thunderstorms today across central Florida, drier air moves in tonight and it should result in rain-free conditions for the bulk of the time as we head towards the weekend. Western Atlantic high pressure will remain in control through the upcoming weekend with best chances for rain at inland locations on both weekend days.

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7:00 AM | Rain-free conditions today and Thursday a welcome change from recent wet stretch

Paul Dorian

Weak high pressure will edge into the area today and it should provide us with two straight days with rain-free conditions which will be a welcome change from the recent wet stretch of weather. Another frontal system will approach the area on Friday and it will renew the chances for showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week. This front will be slow to move away this weekend and it’ll stay a bit unsettled here on Saturday with a lingering chance for a shower or thunderstorm.

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7:00 AM | Quite hot today with highs well up in the 90's

Paul Dorian

Another hot summer day is in store for the Tennessee Valley today with high temperatures likely to reach well into the 90’s during the afternoon hours. It stays hot on Thursday as well, and the chances for showers and thunderstorms will be on the increase. Multiple disturbances will head our way as we close out the week and progress through the weekend and these will generate more numerous showers and thunderstorms in the Tennessee Valley going right into early next week.

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7:00 AM | *Additional showers and storms possible today...likely all dry on Wednesday*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system that has meandered around the Mid-Atlantic region for the past few days will continue to result in unsettled weather around here today with the threat for additional showers and thunderstorms and some of the rain can be heavy. Weak high pressure should edge in on Wednesday and we’ll experience some drying conditions for a couple of days and it'll turn quite warm as well. Another frontal system is likely to arrive late in the week resulting in more unsettled weather conditions for Friday.

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7:00 AM | Tropics still generally on the quiet side

Paul Dorian

A weak frontal system will push northward today towards the area and it could spark a few showers and thunderstorms. This front weakens tomorrow and rising heights aloft will allow for higher temperatures and highs in the 90’s are quite likely through the remainder of the work week.

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7:00 AM | *Additional showers and storms possible today...rain-free conditions likely on Wednesday*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system that has meandered around the Mid-Atlantic region for the past few days will continue to result in unsettled weather around here today with the threat for additional showers and thunderstorms and some of the rain can be heavy. Weak high pressure should edge in on Wednesday and we’ll experience some drying conditions for a couple of days and it'll turn quite warm as well. Another frontal system is likely to arrive late in the week resulting in more unsettled weather conditions for Friday.

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7:00 AM | Tropics still generally on the quiet side

Paul Dorian

The western Atlantic ridge of high pressure that has impacted our region in recent days will continue to do so for the remainder of the week. As a result, hot and humid air will continue to flow northward into the region and we’ll experience scattered showers and thunderstorms and high temperatures near the 90 degree mark. The tropical Atlantic continues to remain relatively quiet for this time of year.

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