Rain for Some Tonight -Bill Graul

ALERT DAY Thursday Due to Chance of Strong T-Storms


A warm front is lifting east/northeast across the region this evening and tonight, causing the chance for scattered showers and a few t-storms. The greatest rain chances will be north and west, but all areas will have at least a chance for rain.

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Breezy and milder tonight with the chance for scattered showers and t-storms. Lows in the 41-48F range with SE to S winds 10-20 mph and gusts around 25 mph possible. Mostly cloudy, but mild Wednesday with a small chance of isolated showers or sprinkles in spots. Highs Wednesday will be in the 61-70F range, with the warmest readings south.

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A strong cold front will race east across the region on Thursday. Before it does, expect mild temps in the 60s… thanks to strong south winds. As the cold front sweeps through, expect the chance for scattered showers and a few t-storms. There’s even a chance for some strong to severe storms thanks to the fact the storms will be moving so fast. As a result, gusty winds will be possible with some of the storms, along with small hail. I can’t fully rule out a brief tornado, but it’s a slim chance at this point. The local timing would be midday and into the afternoon hours, but highly dependent on exactly when the front moves through a given area. Stay tuned for updates.

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The coldest air of the season so far rushes in behind the front for Friday. Highs Friday will only be in the 30s and many spots will be about 30-degrees colder than on Thursday. Blustery Friday as well, with flurries possible in spots. The cold air is going to stick around through the weekend and through at least the middle of next week. The weekend looks mainly dry at this time, with flurries or light snow showers possible around Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

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Have a great Tuesday night! -Meteorologist Bill Graul