STORM TEAM 11
A hot and humid weather pattern continues today with a slight increase in the afternoon rain threat. A few storms will develop over the Blue Ridge and drift into parts of the Tri-Cities during the afternoon into the evening. A few brief downpours with lightning can be expected, with the storm threat winding down this evening.
We are watching a storm complex currently located over the Midwest and looking quite strong. We are expecting only minor impacts, with a storm threat possible later this evening over the Cumberland Plateau. We will keep a close on the progress of this storm complex, with a radar view available here wjhl.com/weather/interactive-radar
The rain threat will continue to rise the next few days, with a better chance for rain Thursday, and the best chance for rain Friday. A higher rain threat also means much cooler conditions, with high temperatures in the upper 70’s to low 80’s.
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