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Published July 28, 2021
By Meteorologist Mark Baldwin –
After some patchy morning fog in some areas, skies will become mostly sunny for our Wednesday. All that sunshine will help warm us up into the low to mid 90s. High humidity levels will make it feel much hotter. Be safe in the heat!
Under starry skies, overnight lows will range from the mid 70s across the western end of the state, to the mid 60s in the easternmost regions.
Thursday will likely be the hottest day Tennessee has seen this summer. With abundant sunshine, afternoon high temperatures will climb to near 100 degrees for areas of West and Middle Tennessee. Elsewhere, low to mid 90s are expected. High humidity levels will lead to dangerous heat indices. Please be safe in the heat.