Severe Storms Likely 

We have a significant severe weather threat this afternoon and evening with isolated severe storms early to mid afternoon, folllowed by a widespread severeweather threat from around 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Given the risk for severe storms, a T-Storm Watch has been issued until 8pm for counties highlighted in yellow.

Severe T-Storm Watch Issued

Hail and damaging winds are likely, while an isolated tornado is possible. Tornado potential will be the highest in northern areas of SW Virginia and along the KY/VA border.  It is important that you stay weather aware today.

Severe Storms
Severe Storms Likely

Milder Change mid-week 

Weather conditions will be quite refreshing with much lower humidity and milder temperatures Wednesday and Thursday.  

Muggy Meter

High temperatures will remain mild through the end of the week with mid 70’s and lows in the upper 40’s to low 50’s.  

Next System 

Another cold front is expected Saturday with widespread rain likely. Temperatures will be mild with mid 70’s in the Tri-Cities, upper 60’s in the mountains.  

Weekend Outlook

Sunday is looking very mild with some sunshine and mid 70’s.  

7 Day Forecast

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