A line of showers impacting counties just east of the Oak Ridge area have begun to break up and move out. As we progress into the afternoon, a few more scattered showers will be possible but things will be a bit more sunny. A front is working through now which will help in cooling things down overnight and leaving high's, Tuesday, at to slightly below average.
Average high's for this time of the year are in the upper 80's, near 90 in Knoxville. Further south, Chattanooga averages the lower 90's this time of the year so tomorrow's forecast will be somewhat comfortable. As a bit of drier air works in today, we'll see high's Tuesday in the mid to upper 80's with dew points in the low to mid 60's.
Afternoon showers remain possible through the work week but will be limited across the valley. The usual summer trend will return with afternoon showers developing and moving through before dissipating by days end. Wednesday will likely be our driest day as Isaias will funnel in some drier air from the west. Working through the week, temperatures will be something to watch as high's Friday will return to the lower 90's.
Afternoon pop up showers/storms and increasing temps through the week will be the main story in the days ahead. Check in for updates as always through social media and I wish everyone a good work week.
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