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7:00 AM | *Much less humid air pushes into the region for today and Wednesday*

Paul Dorian

A cold front passed through the region earlier today and this will usher in a noticeably less humid air mass to go along with increasing amounts of sunshine and plenty of wind. Temperatures tonight will drop into the comfortably cool middle 50’s for late night lows and Wednesday promises to remain quite comfortable for the middle of June. Another cold front will approach the region on Thursday and it can cause some shower and thunderstorm activity ahead of it and yes, some of this next event can feature heavy rainfall at times. High pressure will follow for the end of the work week and much of the upcoming weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Temperatures should drop below 60 degrees later tonight for the first time in about one month*

Paul Dorian

A cold front will sweep across the Tennessee Valley today and there is the chance for some shower and thunderstorm activity as a result. It’ll turn cooler later tonight and temperatures should fall into the upper 50’s for overnight lows. The last time temperatures here were below 60 degrees was about a month ago in the middle of May. Highs tomorrow following the frontal passage will be near 80…several degrees below-normal for this time of year.

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7:00 AM | *Downpours possible later today and tonight*

Paul Dorian

The new work week gets off to a wet start in the Mid-Atlantic region as low pressure treks across the Great Lakes. A warm front will lift north through the region today and then a cold front will arrive early Tuesday. The combination of the two fronts will bring occasional showers and PM thunderstorms to the region through tonight and some of the rain will fall heavily at times. Given the already well-saturated grounds, any downpour can result in localized flooding conditions. High pressure builds into the area for later tomorrow and Wednesday with noticeably less humid air, but more showers are destined for later in the week.

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7:00 AM | *Downpours likely later today and tonight*

Paul Dorian

The new work week gets off to a wet start in the Mid-Atlantic region as low pressure treks across the Great Lakes. A warm front will lift north through the region today and then a cold front will arrive early Tuesday. The combination of the two fronts will bring occasional showers and PM thunderstorms to the region through tonight and some of the rain will fall heavily at times. Given the already well-saturated grounds, any downpour can result in localized flooding conditions. High pressure builds into the area for later tomorrow and Wednesday with noticeably less humid air, but more showers are destined for later in the week.

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7:00 AM | *Downpours likely later today and tonight*

Paul Dorian

The new work week gets off to a wet start in the Mid-Atlantic region as low pressure treks across the Great Lakes. A warm front will lift north through the region today and then a cold front will arrive early Tuesday. The combination of the two fronts will bring occasional showers and PM thunderstorms to the region through tonight and some of the rain will fall heavily at times. Given the already well-saturated grounds, any downpour can result in localized flooding conditions. High pressure builds into the area for later tomorrow and Wednesday with noticeably less humid air, but more showers are destined for later in the week.

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7:00 AM | *Less humid air arrives in the Mid-Atlantic region today...weekend starts off nice, but could end wet*

Paul Dorian

A cold front crossed the region late yesterday and a less humid air mass will push into the Mid-Atlantic region as we close out the work week. High pressure will expand to our north over the next couple of days and this should result in decent weather for Saturday, but things go downhill on Sunday. A broad area of moisture will slowly head this way on Sunday in a southwest-to-northeast fashion and the chance for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day and that threat of rain will continue on Monday and Tuesday as well.

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7:00 AM | **Very wet weather pattern for the Tennessee Valley*

Paul Dorian

The current stretch of wet weather in the Tennessee Valley will last right through the upcoming weekend and into the first part of next week. An upper-level trough of low pressure will stick around for the next few days and it won’t weaken until the early part of next week. As a result, some spots will receive several inches of rain over this wet stretch on top of already well-saturated grounds and drier weather looks like it’ll have to wait until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.

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7:00 AM | *High pressure to our north should result in decent weather for much of the weekend*

Paul Dorian

A cold front crossed the region late yesterday and a less humid air mass will push into the Mid-Atlantic region as we close out the work week. High pressure will expand to our north over the next couple of days and this should result in decent weather for much of the weekend. A broad area of moisture will slowly head this way later Sunday in a southwest-to-northeast fashion and the chance for showers and thunderstorms will increase by nightfall and that threat of rain will continue on Monday and Tuesday as well.

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7:00 AM | *Less humid air pushes into the Mid-Atlantic region today...weekend starts pretty nice, but ends wet*

Paul Dorian

A cold front crossed the region late yesterday and a less humid air mass will push into the Mid-Atlantic region as we close out the work week. High pressure will expand to our north over the next couple of days and this should result in decent weather as we go through Saturday, but things go downhill on Sunday. A broad area of moisture will slowly head this way during the second half of the weekend in a southwest-to-northeast fashion and the chance for showers and thunderstorms will increase for the afternoon and evening and that threat of rain will continue on Monday and Tuesday as well.

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