Showers and thunderstorms have been in progress for some on this Monday, and we will see more folks dealing with them on Tuesday during the afternoon and evening, so I hope you haven't put away the umbrellas for good! Highs should stay in the upper 80s, with perhaps a few folks getting into the 90s if they are able to see more sunshine. By the middle and end of the week, the first big cold front of the fall will push into the area, knocking highs down into the upper 70s and lower 80s for Thursday-Saturday with overnight lows in the 50s! Skies will remain sunny as we end the week and head into the weekend, and we will maintain a dry forecast early next week with temperatures making their way back into the mid 80s for highs and low 60s for lows. After Tuesday, the chance of rain will be around zero for the extended forecast period.
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Chief Meteorologist Derek Kinkade, WTVM / WXTX