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Strong storms possible tonight, calmer weather comes Thursday

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7-8 SPC Midday Wed.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  A low pressure system led with its warm front Wednesday morning with a round of rain. Tonight, it will follow with its cold front and pack more of a punch. The chance for potentially severe storms is 80%. The storms could pack high winds, large hail and spawn tornadoes. The wind will be SSW 5-15 in general but right beneath storm clouds, winds could top 60 mph at times. Low temps will be 60-65.

THURSDAY:  The now departing low will keep a 30% chance for rain going in the morning. Then the afternoon will clear as higher air pressure takes over. High temps will be 80-85. The wind will be WSW 5-15 mph.

FRIDAY:  The sky will be mostly sunny due to to the high pressure system. The wind will be WNW 10-20 mph. Morning low temp will be 55-60. High temps will be 79-84. The dewpoints will fall to the 50's so it will be less humid.

WEEKEND:  A low pressure system will pass to our south and bring a slight chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. It will become mostly sunny to partly cloudy for Sunday. Winds will be NNE 5-10 Saturday. The wind will become ESE 5-10 mph on Sunday. High temps will be 80-85. Morning lows will be 58-63.,

NEXT WEEK:  Most days will get a mix of cloud and sunshine with isolated showers and thunderstorms. High temperatures will stay summery and run in the low 80's. Morning low temps will be in the 60's.

Dave Anderson

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