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Matt's 5 PM Wednesday Forecast

February 21, 2018

Posted: Wed Feb 21 15:32:01 PST 2018
Updated: Wed Feb 21 15:32:01 PST 2018

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this system has given us some patchy areas of rain and a few thunderstorms. by far the heaviest of the activity today stayed well to the south and west of our area. most of the temperatures were in the wide variety of difference category across our area due to the frontal system. we saw most of the high temperatures range anywhere from the 60s to the 80s across our area. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will see the aforementioned frontal system keep lingeringand pushing through our area. this will continue our chances for some rainfall and some thunderstorms in the weather forecast. we will see our low temperatures stay in the unseasonably warm category of the lower to middle 60s with some upper 50s toward the tennessee state line. as we go through the next several days we will see some more passages of some frontal systems at times. this will once again mean some decent chances for some rainfall and thunderstorms in our weather forecast at times. some of the rainfall will be on the heavy side at times and some of the thunderstorms may be on the strong to severe side at times. our best bet for some of those stronger thunderstorms will be in our weather forecast for our saturday and saturday evening. we will have the potential for all forms of severe weather in our area for that time period. temperatures for the most part over the next several days will stay in the well above normal category for both daytime highs and overnight lows. the state's commissioner of higher education has announced he's retiring this summer. temperatures for the most part over the next several days will stay in the well above normal category for both daytime highs and overnight lows. the
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