Typical Hot & Humid Summer Day
It was a pleasant morning across the Tennessee Valley and a little more refreshing than it has been, thanks to slightly lower dewpoints and temperatures. Temperatures overnight cooled off into the upper 60s and low 70s. There were some low clouds this morning, especially east of I-65 and some dense fog in Jackson, DeKalb and Marshall counties with visibility reduced to less than a quarter mile in some locations. As we approach lunch hour, a mostly sunny sky is prevailing across the region, though clouds have started to develop over the past hour in the vicinity of a slow moving cold front moving south in Tennessee. This front may just be enough to help spark a few showers and storms during the peek heating hours of the day, but with the lack of upper level support, widespread showers and storms are not expected. Below is a look at the visible satellite, radar and temperatures as of 11:00 am.
Unsettled weather looks to return by Tuesday and Wednesday especially, next week as the ridge of high pressure stays anchored to our west and a few disturbances move across the area from the northwest.
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