After highs in the lower 30s today we will drop into the lower to middle 20s overnight tonight. The wind has shifted to the west and this could keep temperatures just a little bit warmer than last night.
Temperatures will hit the lower 50s Wednesday and Thursday. Expect more sunshine over the next few days ahead of our next weather maker that will move in over the weekend.
Right now we are tracking a developing storm system that will gain strength into the weekend. Friday you will notice more clouds with temperatures in the 50s. As the moisture begins to move back in from the Gulf of Mexico we may have a few passing showers late in the day.
On Saturday a warm front will move in from the south. This could lead to a few more showers and highs in the upper 50s. By Saturday night a large area of rain will form to our west. The area will track to the ENE into Sunday morning. Showers and thunderstorms are looking likely early Sunday. Rainfall could be heavy and the storms could produce strong gusty winds up to 40 mph. Later in the day on Sunday we could be looking at another round of strong thunderstorms as temperatures warm to near 70 degrees. Keep checking back on this changing and developing storm system.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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