Good morning! Isolated to scattered showers continue this morning, so don't forget those umbrellas. As we work through the day additional activity will arrive, before much needed drier air fills in the latter half of the day tomorrow.
Looking at the WPC's excessive rainfall outlook, we remain under a Marginal to Slight risk for flash flooding. As we saw yesterday, much of the Plateau received heavy rainfall and even some severe weather across portions of Cumberland and Fentress Counties. Activity should be more directed to the valley and southern valley today, so have a way to receive alerts through Friday morning.
As the upper level low works northeast and out of the area, the last of its rain will arrive through today and into the first half of Friday. High pressure will begin building in from the south, bringing drier air and warmer temperatures by Saturday. Highs this weekend will range from the upper 70s to low 80s. A fairly dry stent can be expected, as shower chances don't arrive back until at least mid to late week next week.
That will wrap it up for today, use precaution if in food prone areas. Follow our Twitter/Facebook for the latest information, and don't forget to take action when you receive a warning from the Nation Weather Service.
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