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Rain changes increase later in weekend

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Saturday looks like the best day of your weekend with partly sunny skies and a high of 85 degrees. A chance of showers is expected to move in late Saturday night and continue on Sunday.  

Most of next week will see partly cloudy and only a slight chance of showers and high temperatures in the mid-to-upper 80s.  

The remains of Hurricane Ida brought 3 to 6 inches of rain to Middle Tennessee with the heaviest amounts reported in Rutherford County.  

A rain gauge located 7 miles Northwest of Shelbyville recorded 3.32 inches.  

We have rolled into the month of September and we can get anything from 90 degrees to frost during the month so it’s going to be really interesting to see what the month holds in store for us.  

This week my local Farm Bureau board of directors in Cumberland County presented me with the 2021 Friend of Agriculture award.  

I am very honored to receive this award and I have always loved providing weather information to the agricultural community. 

If I can ever assist you in any way, just drop an email to weather1@charter.net In our evening sky this week you can see the very bright planet Venus in the Western sky after sunset.  

Jupiter is the planet rising in the Southeastern sky shining brightly as the night goes along.  

  • Steve Norris is a trained meteorologist.

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