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Tracking High Pressure And Florence

High pressure briefly noses in from the northwest Tuesday and we’re in for a nice afternoon with below average highs in the mid 70s, dry air and mostly to partly cloudy skies. We’ll keep this quiet & dry run of days rolling through the end of the work week with highs gradually warming back into the 80s.

The Carolinas & Mid-Atlantic are still bracing for the likely landfall of a major hurricane (Florence) Thursday night into Friday morning. It will stall inland and inundate those states with torrential rain. Depending on the track of the remnants some of that moisture could make it as far west as eastern Kentucky this weekend.

Tom Ackerman

Tom Ackerman

Tom Ackerman is the Morning/Noon Meteorologist at LEX 18. He is a long-suffering fan of the Cleveland Browns.
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