A stalled frontal boundary to our north will spark a few more scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. Not everyone will see wet weather. While a few strong thunderstorms with gusty winds can't be ruled out, our primary concern today is very heavy rainfall over already saturated grounds that could lead to some flash flooding.
That frontal boundary finally gets a push southward tonight and tomorrow so the rain chances are going down. A few widely scattered storms, most likely south of the TN River, are possible Thursday afternoon and Friday looks mostly dry. By the weekend, we're back in the typical summertime pattern with hot, humid days with pop-up afternoon thunderstorms.
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