Forecast Last Updated at Friday, June 23, 2017 at 2:56PM
Brushed by Cindy
The remnant low of Tropical Storm Cindy moves from east Arkansas to southern KY today. It this speeds to DC by Saturday morning then exits the country across Cape Cod Saturday night. We had a round of rain Thursday afternoon and Thursday night--moisture pulled out of the Gulf well ahead of the center of circulation. Today brings a break in the action with a brief look at the sun and only isolated showers. Tonight, as the low passes to our north, showers and storms redevelop with gusty winds. Showers linger into Saturday morning and skies will be slow to clear. Sunday begins a lengthy span of dry, relatively cool days.
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Hi: 81 Lo: 66
Mostly cloudy; Isolated daytime showers; Showers & storms tonight; SW wind 5-15 mph today, becoming 10-20 mph tonight with gusts to 40 mph
Hi: 76 Lo: 56
AM showers; PM decreasing clouds; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 74 Lo: 50
Mostly clear; Pleasant; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 71 Lo: 49
Partly sunny; Pleasant
Hi: 69 Lo: 47
Mostly clear; Dry and cooler than average
Wednesday - Mostly clear; Pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Thursday - A few afternoon clouds; A bit warmer; High in the mid 70s; Low in the upper 50s
It was a rainy, stormy Thursday night across the Mid-South. The remnant low from Tropical Storm Cindy moves across West Tennessee into southern Kentucky Friday. It then speeds to near DC by Saturday morning and then Cape Cod Saturday night. Meanwhile, a cold front presses through here from the northwest Saturday morning.
We get a glancing blow from the storm system. Rains Thursday afternoon and Thursday night have pushed to our east. We now await showers and storms associated with the low itself; they come tonight along with gusty winds. Showers linger into Saturday, mostly limited to the morning. Clouds will be slow to exit Saturday as the front lumbers slowly southeast.
Beginning Sunday, it's high pressure and more high pressure. That means lots of sunshine and cooler than average temperatures for much of next week. The coolest day will be Tuesday as a reinforcing shot of relatively cool air arrives. Temperatures rebound gradually in the second half of the week.
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