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The Clarksville area forecast for June 3rd, 2014

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A series of frontal systems will continue to move through the Clarksville area this week bringing the risk for showers and thunderstorms for most of the workweek. The first one has passed through this evening and may still produce an isolated shower or thunderstorm Tuesday morning. Temperatures will not fall as this system moves through as highs will continue to be in the upper eighties to near ninety. The next system will move through the region Wednesday night into Thursday bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms. This system will have an affect on the temperatures for the region as highs for the end of the week are expected to be in the lower eighties. As always with any thunderstorms that may develop, there is the potential for heavy rain and gusty winds.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Tuesday: A shower or thunderstorm early, otherwise partly cloudy skies. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: 88

Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low: 70

Wednesday: A mix of sun and clouds. High: 90

Wednesday night: Partly cloudy with a risk for a shower or thunderstorm. Chance of precipitation 20%. Low: 70

Thursday: Partly cloudy with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Chance of precipitation 30%. High: Near 80 Low: Lower 60s

Friday: Partly sunny. High: Lower 80s Low: Middle 60s



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