Monday, September 16, 2013

Fall is Still in the Air.

                A cold front is positioned from Michigan down to central Missouri. This should move into the Warren County region by early afternoon(Monday) with a slight chance for rain. With a weakening jet streak fueling most of this cold front, it will not be nearly as strong by the time it reaches us Monday afternoon. As it approaches Kentucky, the chance of rain drops down to around 20%. If we get any rain, it will be light showers around 4 pm and into Monday night. Temperatures will be chilly in the AM hours due to cloud cover over the area from the cold front moving this way. Clouds will cover us most of the day keeping the temperatures from reaching much higher than 80 degrees for a high. That cool air we felt at the end of last week will remain in place at night and in the mornings, but mid day temperatures will be warm enough to keep fall just out of our reach. 

                                      Cold front draped across Tennessee will bring mild
                                      chances for rain/storms through Monday night. 

                Monday: An overnight low of around 60 degrees and daytime cloud cover will keep the high temperature for tomorrow around 80 degrees. The chance of rain all day will be about 20% even when the cold front moves through in the early afternoon.

                Tuesday: Following the same pattern as Monday, the high will be around 80 degrees with partly cloudy skies. There is a 20% chance of showers and storms in the late afternoon and early evening with lows falling into the mid 60s.

                Wednesday: Temperatures reach a little higher to the mid 80s on Wednesday with a slightly higher 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms all day. It will be partly to mostly cloudy with the low that night reaching 60 degrees.  

Forecaster: John Logan Thomas

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