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John's Late Saturday Forecast

February 17, 2018

Posted: Sat Feb 17 21:30:07 PST 2018
Updated: Sat Feb 17 21:30:07 PST 2018

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otherwise we did see mostly cloudy skies as the rule for most of the day. we did manage to see a little variety in high temperatures across the area. we saw 40s for highs toward the tennessee state line to around 70 degrees over southern portions of our viewing area. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will see frontal system move back to our south and this will take most of the rain with it. we will see most of the overnight low temperatures drop off down into the lower to middle 40s with some spots down into the upper 30s. we will see some pretty good areas of fog develop in many areas as we go through the overnight. this aforementioned frontal system will once again try to move northward tomorrow. this will bring us another chance for some rainfall in the afternoon and help many areas warm up into the 50s and 60s for the high temperature. we will see most of the upcoming work week filled with off and on chances for some showers and thunderstorms. a few of the rain areas may be a little on the heavy side at times and some of the isolated to scattered thunderstorms may be a little on the strong side at times. temperatures for both the daytime highs and for the overnight low temperatures will be a virtual roller coaster ride. vice president mike pence says the trump administration
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