Muggy conditions return for the weekend, thunderstorms possible Saturday

Very low risk of severe weather Saturday with isolated thunderstorms possible.

Isolated thunderstorms possible Saturday.

MUGGY, STORMS POSSIBLE: After a breezy Friday, winds calm down overnight. Temperatures dip into the upper-50s for Saturday morning lows. Temperatures raise into the low-80s by Saturday afternoon with steadily rising humidity values. There is a very low risk of severe weather in the afternoon, with isolated thunderstorms likely. Damaging winds and small hail are our main concerns. On a scale of 1-to-5, we’re at a one. That is our lowest threat level, however stay tuned on-air and online as well as on the FOX43 Weather App for the latest updates.

Temperatures rise into the weekend with higher humidity values as well.

HEADING INTO THE HOLIDAY: A couple thunderstorms will again be possible on Sunday. Temperatures soar after a mild morning start in the mid-60s. Highs reach just shy of 90-degrees under otherwise partly cloudy skies. Memorial Day is a little cooler, still muggy with the chance of a stray thunderstorm. Highs hit the mid-80s under mostly dry conditions and partly cloudy skies. Enjoy the weekend and don’t change any plans!

Slightly cooler Memorial Day with increasing clouds throughout the day.

HOT CONDITIONS STAY: We kick the heat back up by next Tuesday. High temperatures the rest of the week near 90-degrees once again with thunderstorm activity possible. We’re also entering “popcorn” thunderstorm season, where storms develop quickly, become strong and then dissipate quickly. Be ready for situations like this as we heat up into the low-90s throughout Summer, and make sure to allow the FOX43 Weather App to access your location at all times! That way, we can give you severe weather alerts right to your phone, no matter where you are or what time of day. Have a great weekend!

Stay “Weather Smart” with the FOX43 Weather Team all week long!

-Chief Meteorologist MaryEllen Pann

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