The front that gave us a little relief from the heat on Saturday (89 was the high!) has returned northward as a warm front.
As the warm front sets up near the Kentucky border today, expect some scattered t'storms to develop along it. There also could be an isolated storm or two in the warm and humid air to the south, but otherwise, it's back to some steamy sunshine.
Highs today will be in the low to mid 90s.
This week mid 90s will prevail with the heat index 100-105, with slim rain chances on Monday and Tuesday.
During the second half of the week scattered t'storms will be on the increase, hopefully lowering temps, but just a little bit.
I thought you might like to see a few pictures.
The first is from Kathy Lynn in Murfreesboro last week of a cumulonimbus cloud (t'storm) with the sunset reflecting off of it. She called it "Pink Cloud".
The second is from an anonymous photographer who wanted to know what the blue streak in the sky was. I suspect there is a hill in the distance on the horizon that is creating a "shadow effect" during sunset.
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