Showers Today; Strong Storms Saturday.

TODAY: Scattered showers through the day. It shouldn’t rain all day, but most spots do see rain at some point. Highs in the 60s. Southwest winds could gust to 25 mph today. Overnight, showers continue. Lows in the 50s.

SATURDAY: Scattered showers and storms will be ongoing in the morning hours, but storms are not likely to become severe until late morning and continue through the early evening. Storms will be capable of all modes of severe weather. The primary risk tomorrow appears to be strong straight line winds and flooding, with a few tornadoes and quarter size hail also possible. High temperatures climb to around 70° Saturday afternoon, and non-thunderstorm winds could gust up to 30 mph. The rain should end overnight Saturday night as the front pushes to our southeast. Lows in the 50s.

SUNDAY: Skies will likely remain mostly cloudy as the front slowly sags to our south. We stay dry, with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s, with overnight lows dropping into the 40s.

MON/TUE: High temperatures in the 60s, with the potential for a few isolated showers. Lows in the 40s Monday night and 50s Tuesday night.

WED/THU: Another round or two of strong to severe storms looks possible for the middle of next week. Once we get past the Saturday severe threat, we can focus a bit more on this threat and try and iron out the details a bit.


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