Warming Trend Continues This Week
Fall is officially in full swing with lots of colors being shown in the Caryville area this past weekend. It was a beautiful one for a hike, camping, or other outdoor activities. That trend looks to continue much of this week with dry conditions hanging around and temperatures shifting to above normal.
With a bit of cloud cover hanging around overnight and into this morning, it would lead you to think showers are quickly on the way. Luckily, the system to our north and west will stay to the north and move eastward through today. For the most part, sunshine will stay overhead but a few scattered clouds will roll through from time to time (likely again this evening).
Pressing forward, any showers activity will be to the north and west. By mid-week, the entire region should return to dry air, sunny skies, and warm temperatures. In fact, we are looking to have high's nearly 10 degrees above average for Wednesday and Thursday. Rounding out the work week on Friday, cloudy skies and isolated to scattered shower chances return.
For now, try to get out and enjoy the Fall colors. The vast majority of our area will stay dry through 3/4 of the work week before a limited chance for showers returns to the mix. Have a great Monday and let us know if we can do anything for you or your business! Visit our "Services" tab for more information.
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