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PeayWeather: Update 9/12

Forecast Update

Happy Hump Day! Happier than a camel on Wednesday, are you?

Overall, there is a continued warming trend toward this weekend, and it will remain a bit hot and dry early next week. The forecast trends with currently Category 4 Hurricane Florence showed some changes, and Florence is becoming more likely to affect east Tennessee. However, middle Tennessee, including Clarksville, remains very unlikely to experience any significant impact from Florence except for some wind and rain possible.

Today- Mostly cloudy, Hi- 80

Tonight- Mostly cloudy, Lo- 64

Thursday- Partly sunny, Hi- 86

Thursday night- Partly cloudy, Lo- 67

Friday (TGIF!)- Mostly sunny, Hi- 88

Friday night- Partly cloudy, Lo- 66

Saturday- Sunny, Hi- 87

Saturday night- Mostly clear, Lo- 68

Sunday- Sunny, Hi- 87

Sunday night- Partly cloudy, Lo- 67

Monday- Mostly sunny, 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms, Hi- 85

Monday night- Partly cloudy, 30% chance of showers, Lo- 68

Tuesday- Mostly sunny, 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms, Hi- 86

Final Statements

Information and forecast are from NWS Nashville and the National Hurricane Center

I am a trained NWS spotter, and this blog is meant to be informative about weather. It also meant to have light humor and commentary to weather-related topics.

About Ivy MacDaniel

I am a sophomore who’s majoring in physics with mathematics minor. I love weather, especially thunderstorms and tornadoes. My hobbies are chess, drawing, and outdoor activities. I am a trained storm spotter.

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