Overnight: Storms, some severe with wind, hail, and perhaps tornadoes; temps near 60
Wednesday: Thunderstorms early with some pm showers, windy; temps fall from the low 60s to the 50s late
Wednesday Night: A few light rain and snow showers; lows near 30
Thursday: Sun & clouds with evening rain to snow showers; high low 40s
After a very active overnight, we are waking up to another line of storms with strong winds and potentially a threat for tornadoes. This could also bring a flooding threat and some very heavy rain for the morning commute. Our severe threat should be over by 9 or 10 a.m. at the latest. We’ll see a few more showers in the afternoon and it will be windy with gusts perhaps as high as 40 mph during the day. We’ll hold near or just above 60 all night into morning, but eventually fall into the 50s later in the day. Tomorrow night any lingering rain showers could change to a few snowflakes, but will not cause any problems. Thursday will start at or below freezing. Some sun will help, but afternoon highs will only be in the lower 40s. Late day or more likely in the evening some rain showers will move in, and eventually change to snow showers during the night as we fall below freezing. It is possible we could have a fresh coating in spots by Friday morning as we fall into the 20s. Friday will be the coldest day with highs in the 30s but thankfully some sun. Then a nice warmup comes through the weekend. Saturday starts in the 20s with some clouds, but sun returns in the afternoon and we’ll recover to about 50 degrees. Sunday will feature sun giving way to clouds with highs near 60. Rain is back Monday into Tuesday morning but it will still be mild with highs near 60 Monday and in the 50s Tuesday.
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