The ridge over the central part of the country will once again begin to build eastward. Today isolated showers and thunderstorms will once again develop over the Clarksville area before this ridge builds in. Some storms may produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall, but no large severe weather outbreak is expected. The clouds will begin to break up tonight and mostly clear skies are expected. The mostly sunny skies will last through the midweek as this area of higher pressure builds in and temperatures will respond as they will climb into the upper 90s and possibly hit 100. Combined with humidity, heat index values can once again be in the middle to upper 100s, so any outside activity should be done with caution and a cool bottle of water by your side. By the end of the workweek, another weak frontal system will move into the Clarksville area and will trigger isolated showers and thunderstorms through next weekend.
Here is the Clarksville area forecast:
Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Chance of precipitation 30%. High: 93
Sunday night: Mostly clear. Low: 70
Monday: Mostly sunny. High: 96
Monday night: Clear. Low: 69
Tuesday: Mainly sunny. High: Upper 90s Low: Near 70
Wednesday: A few clouds. High: Upper 90s Low: Lower 70s