Another round of storms likely tonight into early Saturday
TODAY: We’ll see a chance for a couple t-storms early this morning and once again during the afternoon and early evening hours. A stray storm may have large hail and strong winds. Highs reach the 80s for most locations, but a lake breeze cools us down late in the afternoon. A line of thunderstorms becomes likely late tonight into early Saturday morning as a cold front and an area of low pressure move through the region. The main threats for severe weather will be large hail and strong winds, but heavy downpours may lead to flash flooding. A couple tornadoes can’t be ruled out as well, especially in western portions of the region.
SATURDAY: Storms move through early in the morning, becoming mainly rain showers with rumbles of thunder toward the mid-morning hours. Rain will be most likely during the first half of the day with scattered showers during the afternoon and evening.
SUNDAY: Highs reach the 60s and 70s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. A few rain showers will also be possible, mainly in the northern half of the region.
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Have a great day!
-Meteorologist Hunter McCullough
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