Unsettled Weather For Your 4th of July Week

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Updated: 7/01/2013 11:52 pm
Midnight Update:  The rain and thunderstorm activity has diminished tonight, yet there are some isolated rain showers in Tennessee that are moving northward, and will move into Kentucky overnight.  There is also some patchy dense fog possible across the region for the early morning commute on Tuesday.
 
We will continue to have unsettled weather this week with the possibility for thunderstorms each day. Unfortunately, the 4th of July looks to be rainy and stormy, so it would be a good idea to have a back-up plan for any outdoor activities.... The heat and humidity will also increase as the week continues as well.

Tonight: Strong to possibly severe thunderstorms will continue to move through the viewing area this evening, with thunderstorm activity diminishing overnight. With the leftover moisture, there will also be a chance for some morning fog for Tuesday, as low temperatures fall to 62 degrees.

Tuesday: Another round of scattered thunderstorms will develop through Tuesday, with high temperatures around 82. Heavy rainfall, gusty winds, frequent lightning, and large hail will be the biggest threats with any thunderstorms.

Wednesday: The unsettled weather pattern will continue for Wednesday with more scattered rain showers and thunderstorms, and a high of 81 degrees.

Thursday, 4th of July: The latest weather models are showing a good soaking rain possible for the 4th of July, with warm and humid conditions. Mostly cloudy skies will be around throughout Thursday, with a high of 80 degrees.

Friday – Weekend: Plenty of scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will continue for Friday, with a high of 81 degrees. Thunderstorms become a little more isolated or widely scattered for the weekend, with highs in the low to mid 80s.

Next Week: Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s for early next week, with late day thunderstorm chances continuing.
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