Good morning! Patchy fog will start the day off, but will clear through the next hour or two. This will leave sunny to partly sunny skies above and highs in the low to mid 80s. Changing gears, here's the latest look at the Atlantic. Hurricane Sam and Tropical Storm Victor are active, but not expected to impact the USA. There is only one hurricane name left for the season (Wanda) before Greek letters are then used. As a reminder, hurricane season runs through the end of November.
After a dry stent, showers are set to return to East Tennessee. An approaching front will bring isolated showers the later half of the day tomorrow, and then much widespread activity Sunday and into Monday. Looking at general totals, you can expect anywhere from 1 to 2 inches Sunday through Tuesday. A lingering upper level low will also keep isolated to scattered shower chances in the forecast towards mid week. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible along and ahead of the front late weekend/early week, but there shouldn't be a severe or hydro threat.
Enjoy another day or two of drier air, before much cooler air and showers arrive late weekend and into next week. Highs Monday will range from the low to mid 70s, with that to continue into mid week as well.
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