Starting the week off with sunny and dry conditions. Afternoon highs just slightly below what is considered average for this time of year.
Winds stay out of the north, but not terribly strong. Temperatures will be a tad cooler than yesterday.
Clouds roll in as Hurricane Irma (by Tuesday Tropical Storm Irma) moves through Georgia towards Alabama and Tennessee.
With the clouds and winds out of the north, temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than Monday. Don't fret - things warm back up starting Wednesday.
Clouds clear out throughout the day, leaving Green Country with sunny and dry conditions.
Afternoon highs climb back into the upper 80s which is close to what is considered average for this time of year.
No rain from Tuesday means that there will be little humidity to worry about, but winds do return back out of the south by Thursday.
Sunny skies and temperatures back in the 90s. It has been some time since 90s have been in the forecast. Conditions will stay dry allowing people to enjoy the sunny and warm weather.
Very similar to Friday - sunny, dry, and warm! 90s stick around for the end of the work week and into the weekend.
90s stick around through the weekend. Conditions stay mostly sunny with no rain chances expected.
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