The Tornado Watch For Our Area Has Been Cancelled. For the Rest of the Evening…
We have been removed from the tornado watch, and essentially all of the storms have run off to our east. While we still can not rule out a shower or two through the evening, we should not see any type of severe weather.
Evening plans appear to be a go now. Bring an umbrella if you want to be on the cautious side.
Wind Advisory Tonight Through 7 AM Tomorrow
If you haven’t done so already, you may want to secure any lose items so they don’t fly around overnight.
Showers Linger Through the Morning
While showers should die out tonight, we could see another batch of showers early tomorrow morning through the mid-morning hours.
HRRR Loop Through 9 AM
These showers should clear out by the afternoon with cloudy skies following behind. No severe weather is expected with any of these morning showers.
The bigger “story” per say for tomorrow is our nighttime temperatures. Tomorrow night, temperatures will fall into the upper 30s. These are the coldest temperatures that we have seen in a while. Bring in your pets and sensitive vegetation.
Sunny Skies Return Friday, Overnight Temps in the 30s Friday Night!
After our somewhat active weather pattern, we are looking at a fairly calm pattern to begin on Friday. Friday through this weekend, we are expecting for nothing but sunny skies.
On Friday, temps will be on the cooler side, barely reaching 60° (if that). We will be knocking on the door of freezing temperatures overnight on Friday. You may want to begin planning if you have outdoor plants sensitive to bitter temperatures. Overnight temperatures on Friday are expected to fall into the mid 30s. There may even be some frost overnight in some areas.
By Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will rebound very nicely with highs on Saturday in the upper 60s and highs on Sunday in the upper 70s.
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