Evening: Thunderstorms arrive, some could have strong winds; temps into the 60s late
Overnight: Showers and thunderstorms taper off; low in the low 60s
Tomorrow: Clouds and some sun with the chance of a late t-storm south of I-70; high near 80
Tomorrow Night: More thunderstorms overnight; low mid 60s
Sunday: Showers and storms early and again late; high near 80
Monday: Sun and clouds; highs in the upper 70s
Thunderstorms will arrive after sunset this evening and could threaten the area with strong winds. The threat for severe weather will be 9 p.m. to midnight. After that showers and thunderstorms will gradually taper off, and certainly be long gone by sunrise. We’ll drop to the lower 60s overnight, then back to about 80 tomorrow. Right now it looks like most will have a dry day. The exception could be areas south of I-70, where a start shower or storms can’t be ruled out late in the day or early evening. Another batch of thunderstorms looks to move through overnight Saturday (arriving after midnight), but still lingering to start the day Sunday. Here’s the good news though … once they end mid morning, we should stay dry until later in the day, when more thunderstorms will develop again. We all wake up to dry weather on Memorial Day and stay dry through the day. Highs Sunday will be near 80a again, then in the upper 70s Monday afternoon. All of next week I see days starting in the 50s and topping out in the 70s (seasonable). It looks like we could see more showers late Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of next week.
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