Severe Storms Possible Saturday Night.

TODAY: More spots than not stay dry through the day, but a few isolated showers can’t be ruled out, mainly north of US-82. Highs reach the 70s and 80s yet again. A better chance for showers and storms this evening, with roughly half our area getting wet at some point before midnight. Overnight lows drop into the mid 60s.

SATURDAY: Another warm day on tap, with highs in the 70s and 80s. A few isolated to widely scattered showers and storms will be possible during the day. Non-thunderstorm winds could gust in excess of 30 mph. Overnight, strong to severe storms move in ahead of a cold front. These storms will likely be in a line, but a few storms within the line could take on supercell characteristics. These storms could produce strong straight line winds, some small hail, and a few tornadoes. The main time-frame for severe weather will be from 10PM Saturday to 6 AM Sunday, so be sure to have a way to receive warnings while you are asleep. Now is also a good time to go over your severe weather safety plan. If you aren’t sure what your safety plan is, you can go to and get more information on what to do during severe weather.

SUNDAY: A few lingering showers or storms in the morning. Temperatures start out in the 50s in the morning, and only climb into the 60s in the afternoon. Temperatures drop below 50° Sunday night.

MON/TUE: Highs in the upper 60s and low 70s, with overnight lows in the 40s Monday night and 50s Tuesday night. Rain chances will be low, but a couple of isolated showers will be possible Monday, and a few showers and storms will be possible late Tuesday night as well.

WED/THU: Scattered showers and storms likely Wednesday into Thursday. Highs in the 60s and 70s, with a low Wednesday night in the upper 50s. Some storms Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night could be strong to severe. 


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