Western's Weather Wrap: Nice Sunday Here, while Irma Hits Florida

Posted September 11, 2017

Today will be a lot like Saturday, with mainly sunny skies and comfortably low humidity; however, the air will turn slightly warmer - mid-70s instead of upper-60s.

The day will be mostly sunny, but clouds will start to build in during the afternoon.

Mon: High: 86 Mostly sunny.

Tonight will be clear with a low around 50.

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We're in the middle of a many-day stretch of unbelievable weather, but so far the best stuff has come during the workweek. Is still expected to impact the Florida Keys and now southwestern Florida.

Irma is still a category 4 hurricane. Temperatures will struggle to reach into the 70s and no severe weather is expected. (The average high is 82, average low is 58).

Mostly sunny, pleasant in the afternoon. Look for highs on Sunday Afternoon to top out in the low to perhaps a few mid 70s.

A somewhat subjective rating of the day's weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.

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Tonight: Mostly clear. Lows: Upper 40s to upper 50s.

As Irma continues to weaken, it looks like it is going to stall out over western Tennessee.

Irma's remnants will remain over Kentucky and Tennessee and then be absorbed into the atmosphere by Wednesday. Irma is a large and powerful hurricane that will cause a widespread path of destruction as the storm travels along the Florida West Coast Sunday into Monday. Monday might be a degree or two cooler, but very similar to Sunday.

The entire state of Florida will experience devastating winds and 1-2 feet of rain from Irma. The storm looks like it will also severely impact Georgia and SC early next week before turning inland.

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Jose is still a category 4 hurricane and is moving toward the NW near 16 miles per hour.