Severe threat and flooding concerns into the weekend
AFTERNOON/TONIGHT: This afternoon we will have partly sunny skies and winds finally calming down. Tonight we will see the winds turn out of the east between 4-8mph. Expect partly clear skies and lows in the 20′s and 30′s.
FRIDAY: Our next system will begin to push in from the south on Friday. We will see mostly cloudy to cloudy skies with east winds 10-20mph. Some gusts could reach 30mph. In the afternoon we will see an increasing chance of showers and some thunderstorms. There is a small chance of a strong or severe storm through the evening hours. Highs will be in the lower 40′s by the lake, but some 50′s inland.
SATURDAY: Warm air surges north on Saturday with our next low pressure system. This will bring an 80% chance of showers and thunderstorms. There will be a chance of some more strong or severe storms throughout the day in our region. The main threats are large hail and damaging winds. We will also be seeing a lot of rain this weekend, and with a thick snowpack still, especially up the North Shore, we will see a chance of flooding.
SUNDAY: On Sunday we will be on the back side of this system. Temperatures will start out in the upper 40′s and lower 50′s, but fall into the lower 40′s and some 30′s in the afternoon. Some rain/wintry mix will be possible later in the day with gusty winds out of the northwest.
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