Monday Night – Small Chance of a Little Sprinkler
A few mostly stationary showers, and a few thunderstorms, are dotting the radar. Most of the action is east of I-65. No strong or severe worries. Lightning is the main concern.
Most of us won’t see any showers or storms.
Tuesday — Partly Sunny, Maybe a Late Afternoon Shower – High 93
7am 73 . 10am 84 . 1pm 91 . 4pm 93 . 7pm 88 . 10pm 80
With mid-60s dewpoints, the heat index should only hit 94. Any developing showers should only be capable of well under 0.05″ of rain. Rain-outs not expected.
Wednesday – Scattered Clouds, Another Small Rain Chance – High 92
A bit more humidity will allow for a chance of rain all day, but again, that chance is low, and any rain a few of us may see shouldn’t ruin outdoor activities.
Thursday – Best Chance of Rain (Albeit, Still Small) This Week – High 91
A cold front arrives Thursday night, which will turn the wind around from the S/SW to the N by Friday, allowing cooler, drier air to filter in.
The Weekend – Low 80s, Dry
A great weekend for weddings and football.
Free Bridal Suggestion: avoid white dresses and grass.
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