Shaking off the rain

Kicking off the week to dry conditions as the last of the cold front passes through the eastern Tennessee Valley. High for today is 80°F and the low is 59°F. A high pressure system centered over the Great Lakes will allow for a sunny day. Overall, no significant rainfall threat in sight until Wednesday evening, so make sure to get that yard work in when you can!

The west coast is still dealing with large fires spreading through dry vegetation. Below is the vertically integrated smoke HRRR model. It basically gives us insight as to how dense the smoke is and where it is traveling. The plume of smoke seems to be traveling into the eastern regions of CONUS, but the worst of it is in the northwest quadrant of the United States.

HRRR vertically integrated model for Monday September 14, 2020.

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