How much rain will Hurricane Irma send our way?

How much rain will Hurricane Irma send our way?

Sunny start to work week, then remnants of Irma to bring rain

One final piece of energy will ripple through the region Thursday, so once again, I expect a few late day showers to develop. Shower chances dwindle significantly by Friday but a few showers can't be ruled out.

We're still on tap for a brightening sky Friday and an impressive warm up this weekend. Chance of rain 40%. Highs will generally range from 80-85 with overnight lows in the 60s. Temperatures will begin responding to sunnier weather by topping out in the low 80s during the afternoon. Passing showers are possible just before midnight. The rain looks isolated at best Sunday, but chances will tend to go a bit higher by Monday with the front stalled across the area. Temperatures will top out in the upper 60s for most, but folks in the Big Sandy will likely venture into the lower 70s since the rain arrives later.

Skies remain partly to mostly sunny.

Remnants of Hurricane Irma are expected to move into Southeast Tennessee today, according to the National Weather Service.

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Hurricane Jose is the only player out in the Atlantic Basin after a very busy couple of weeks. The track loops the system around in the ocean, then approaches the east coast late in the weekend.

STATE WIDE-You will likely see some of the remnants of Hurricane Irma make it to IN, starting late tonight and into Tuesday.

Despite a fair amount of clouds each day, we should manage to see some occasional sun through the rest of the week.

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