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The Clarksville area forecast for August 1st, 2014

Infrared image of the United States at 9:15 a.m. CDT
Infrared image of the United States at 9:15 a.m. CDT
Geostationary Satellite Server and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

A wave of energy will move through the Clarksville area this weekend and will bring the risk for a shower or thunderstorm to the Clarksville area. The risk for precipitation will start today with temperatures warming into the upper eighties. The risk for precipitation will continue into the day Saturday as the wave moves through the region with temperatures remaining in the upper eighties. The temperatures heading into the upcoming workweek will continue to warm as the trough over the eastern United States begins to lift to the Canadian border. High temperatures for Monday will warm into the upper eighties and highs will warm into the lower nineties by the middle of the upcoming workweek. As the temperatures warm, the humidity levels will also remain high as a southwest flow continues from the Gulf of Mexico, causing temperatures to feel warmer that what they actually are. Conditions will remain dry through much of the upcoming workweek until the next system moves into the region by next Friday. With the temperatures increasing and staying around for a longer period of time than we have this summer, remember to stay hydrated and take plenty of breaks in the shade if you have to be outside.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Friday: A mix of sun and clouds with a slight risk for a shower. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: 87

Friday night: Partly cloudy. Low: 63

Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a slight risk for a shower or thunderstorm. High: 88

Saturday night: Partly clear. Low: 63

Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds. High: Upper 80s Low: Middle 60s

Monday: Mostly sunny. High: Upper 80s Low: Middle 60s