Temperatures to cool as we approach the weekend

Updated: 18 hours ago

By Friday, we’ll slowly introduce an area of low pressure and its respective front through the day. Clouds are expected to build, and daytime highs only reach into the upper 70s and lower 80s. As the front technically passes overhead, we will then begin to build chances for showers and storms. Our best opportunity for wet weather will begin within the evening timeframe of Friday, and will transition through the overnight into Saturday morning and early afternoon. A Weather Alert Day will be in effect Saturday, however severe weather potential is low. Thunderstorm activity is moderate. As we finish off the wet weather on Saturday, temperatures will be downright chilly. Daytime highs only reach into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Sunday, we’ll take a break from the wet weather, but still hold onto the cooler air that was behind the storm system. We will slightly rebound, but only to the mid and upper 60s for daytime highs.

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Updated: 18 hours ago
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By Friday, we’ll slowly introduce an area of low pressure and its respective front through the day. Clouds are expected to build, and daytime highs only reach into the upper 70s and lower 80s. As the front technically passes overhead, we will then begin to build chances for showers and storms. Our best opportunity for wet weather will begin within the evening timeframe of Friday, and will transition through the overnight into Saturday morning and early afternoon. A Weather Alert Day will be in effect Saturday, however severe weather potential is low. Thunderstorm activity is moderate. As we finish off the wet weather on Saturday, temperatures will be downright chilly. Daytime highs only reach into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Sunday, we’ll take a break from the wet weather, but still hold onto the cooler air that was behind the storm system. We will slightly rebound, but only to the mid and upper 60s for daytime highs.

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