TONIGHT: Showers and storms likely, severe weather possible, threat ends after 2am, temps drop, low 42
SATURDAY: Windy and significantly colder, early rain showers turning to snow showers, little to no accumulation, afternoon temps in the 30s, wind chills in the mid-20s
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, near normal temps, high 41
Welcome to the weekend everyone. Things will be changing dramatically once the cold front crosses late tonight. Ahead of that we will see the likelihood of storms with the possibility of severe weather. Straight-line wind damage will be our primary threat but we cannot rule out the possibility of a few tornadoes. Be sure you have your severe weather plan in place before the storms hit. The first potential wave will be between 7-9pm, then again between 10-11pm, with the actual cold front crossing near 1am. Temperatures are going to drop significantly during the day Saturday with a few snow showers possible. Wind chill temps should be in the mid-20s by Saturday afternoon… after a record breaking Friday in the upper 70s!! One of the bigger temp drops we’ve seen in a while for sure!!
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Today's Record Temperatures