Moisture and heat will combine once again Sunday to produce feels like temperatures near 100 degrees. As a cold front approaches from the north, rain and storm chances will go up. Our chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms increase to 50 percent Sunday and will be in the likely category Monday as the front moves through.
Temperatures will take a big drop next week, down into the 80s with a couple of days stuck in the 70s. We will be tracking the remnant moisture from Hurricane Ida as it moves north over the Tennessee River Valley towards the Ohio River Valley. Rain chances will stay high through Wednesday. Right now models keep much of the rain south of the Tri-State but that could change. We'll keep you posted.
Isolated rain/storm chance
Hot & muggy
Chance of AM & PM rain/storms