Good morning! A cold front sitting to our north has actually allowed for a few (now) dying showers across the Plateau and Middle Tennessee. Not expecting much in the way of rainfall chances for the great majority of us, but for those in the higher elevations to the west, you may see a shower the next couple of hours. In terms of the rest of the day, mostly sunny with highs topping out around 90 degrees. Even warmer temps find us tomorrow, before a cold front cools things off late work week.
The latest on Hurricane Fiona shows her sitting just north of the Dominican Republic after running through Puerto Rico, eventually crossing the Bahamas, and then working toward Bermuda. Unfortunately, this looks to remain a major hurricane (category 3 or higher) for the next several days, which could wreak havoc on Bermuda and the Caribbean islands. No major issues are scheduled to the Continental USA.
Other than warming temperatures through tomorrow, and then a cold front Thursday, things stay quiet and mostly dry through the end of the work week. A cold front does arrive late weekend and into early next week, bringing our next bout of real rainfall. Early predictions look to be between half an inch to an inch with locally higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Take a look at our video broadcast below for more details.
Pre-recorded for 5pm weather broadcast
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