Slight Chance Of Showers Into Early Evening

Weather Update: Tuesday, September 15 —

We are all benefiting off a northeasterly flow. There is a strong Canadian High Pressure system that is moving towards New England from the eastern Great Lakes. The difference between and Hurricane Sally is keeping a brisk NE flow across the area. We are ultimately benefiting as a result with the fall like breeze. That will continue for most of the area this evening, but moisture is expected to come back north aloft. A few showers or a rumble of thunder can be expected over the next couple of days mainly south of I-40. Otherwise, dew points will creep up through midweek as Hurricane Sally moves on shore. As Sally moves east and well out of the area by Friday, cooler and drier air will filter into west Tennessee. We could be waking up to the lower 50’s by Saturday morning!
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Brian Davis
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