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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 5:03PM

Unsettled Sunday

We enjoyed a mix of sun and clouds today, with scattered afternoon showers. Scattered showers and perhaps a thundershower linger into Monday, before things dry out just a bit for Tuesday. Clouds and showers will keep temperatures down again today, but sunshine will be increasing this week, and that means temperatures will be returning closer to normal.

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Sunday

Hi: 78 Lo: 64

Partly to mostly cloudy tonight; Scattered showers & maybe a thundershower, mostly before midnight; SW wind 5-10 mph
Monday

Hi: 82 Lo: 63

Mix of clouds & sun; Scattered daytime showers & t-showers; Light NW wind
Tuesday

Hi: 86 Lo: 65

More sunshine & noticeably warmer; Widely-separated PM t-showers; Light NW wind
Wednesday

Hi: 86 Lo: 66

Partly sunny, warm & humid; PM thunder scattered about
Thursday

Hi: 86 Lo: 66

Lots of sunshine; Isolated PM thundershowers; Warm & humid

Further Out

Friday - Plenty of sunshine; Warm & humid; Renegade PM thundershowers; High in the upper 80s; Low in the mid 60s
Saturday - Partly sunny; Hit-or-miss PM thundershowers; Very warm & humid; High in the upper 80s; Low in the mid 60s

Forecast Discussion

A nearly stationary front continues in about the same place it has been since Friday, or oriented west-to-east from Kentucky through parts of southern West Virginia and Virginia. At the same time, an upper low is spinning over the Tennessee Valley. These features will combine to make today the most unsettled day of the next several with pretty good coverage of showers expected, and perhaps an afternoon or evening thundershower.

As the upper low lifts to our northeast on Monday, some atmospheric drying will take place. The development of the Bermuda High will begin to suppress our rain chances and keep them more tied to afternoon heating going forward.

This pattern change will also promote increased amounts of sunshine this week. Temperatures will respond, getting back to near or even slightly above normal after tomorrow.

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