As Harvey loses steam and moves northeastward into Mississippi as a remnant low, tropical moisture and periods of rain will move into our area today. A few storms could evolve by afternoon and evening, and those could produce the risk of a brief tornado. Highs will reach the upper 70s to low 80s.
Friday continues in this pattern as Harvey's remnants push even farther northward into western Tennessee, so our rain and storm threat will continue into the end of the week.
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Labor Day weekend clears up to pretty nice weather, with some lingering clouds on Saturday and maybe a shower in the mountains. Then lots of sunshine on Sunday and Monday help highs back to "normal" for this time of year with highs in the 80s. The warmest day comes on Monday at 86 degrees.
Dry weather will continue for the early part of next week before another front brings more rain by Wednesday.
IN THE TROPICS, Irma is forecast to become a major hurricane over the weekend in the open waters of the Atlantic. There will be no immediate threat to land.
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