Friday not a complete washout!

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SHOWERS RETURN

A warm front lifts through the region bringing the threat for a few showers this evening and overnight. Most areas stay dry.  Early in the morning, fog and haze are possible, there is also an increased threat for showers to spread in during the late morning Friday, along with haze and fog.  Morning lows start out in the upper 50s to lower 60s.  It is a warm one with highs climbing to the lower to middle 70s. A few thunderstorms are possible too, especially east.  Dry air and sunshine will return behind the departing front before the day ends, and the breeze picks up too.

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TRENDING COOLER OVER THE WEEKEND

Thunderstorms may contain damaging wind gusts

Thunderstorms may contain damaging wind gusts

For the beginning of the weekend, we’ll dodge showers and possible thunderstorms once again as another system moves through.  Highest threat will be during the afternoon.

 

We have a low risk of severe weather

We have a low risk of severe weather

 

 

 

High temperatures, while cooler, will quickly climb to the 60s.  Behind the front, cooler, breezy conditions arrive.

Sunday, sunshine mixes in and out of the clouds.  Expect highs well below seasonable averages in the middle to upper 50s.  The breeze continues through the day adding to the chill too.  A popup shower can’t be ruled out during the afternoon.

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NEXT WEEK

We are dry to begin the week, however, temperatures will fall short of seasonable averages for this time of the year.  Expect highs in the lower to middle 60s.  We warm a bit more Tuesday but remain in the 60s.  An isolated late day shower is possible but a few more are likely for Wednesday.  A thunderstorm can’t be ruled out either.  A warmer day expected in the 70’s.

Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

 

Have a good day!

 

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist