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Temps warm back up, stronger storms likely Friday evening

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We'll see mostly cloudy skies today with high temperatures climbing into the mid 70s and low 80s further inland. A southeast wind remains in place for another day which keeps lakeside temps cooler in the low 70s. There will be a slight chance for a few more scattered showers, again with very light accumulations.

By this evening, some may see a little sunshine as the clouds start to break up before sunset! Lows overnight remain mild in the low to mid 60s.


We warm back up on Friday as a cold front approaches for our northwest, this will allow highs to climb into the upper 80s. We'll see partly cloudy skies and by the evening as the cold front will bring a 30% chance of showers and scattered thunderstorms. The SPC has a Slight risk for severe weather Friday evening with hail and gusty winds as the main threats.


Any showers and storms that linger through early Saturday morning will diminish by late morning. High pressure moves in for the afternoon bringing sunshine and warm temperatures. Highs climb into the mid and upper 80s with winds out of the west at 5-15 mph. Sunday is a similar day as we stay warm with highs in the upper 80s under mostly sunny skies with a west wind.


Air quality continues to improve for Thursday as temps warm back above average. Dew points are also on the rise to end the week as we watch a chance of stronger storms Friday evening. Catch the latest details on the timing of Fridays storm chances with Meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett on CBS 3 this morning. Tune in tonight at 5,6, and 10 to see how warm we get this weekend with Meteorologist Dave Anderson.

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