Calm Before The Farm

Rachel Mummey/The Herald
Mid-morning fog cloaked a farm along County Road 600W in Jasper on Monday. Isolated thunderstorms lingered from the weekend but faded in the afternoon. The chance for storms rises again beginning this evening, and highs through Sunday are expected to hit 90 degrees or hotter. The county hasn’t had a 90-plus day since July 27.



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