Partly cloudy skies today will give way to increasing clouds tonight, and a good chance of rain by late Tuesday. The RPM model’s radar simulation shows the best chance of rain arriving in the evening and overnight:
Showers remain possible Wednesday and Thursday, but it’s just a slight chance — temperatures will still reach into the 70s each afternoon:
We’ll be close to record high temperatures today, Wednesday and Friday:
Warm and breezy Friday, before a cold front sweeps through Friday night. We could get some strong storms along that front Friday evening — the Storm Prediction Center has outlined a risk of severe weather just to our north:
It’s too soon to be overly concerned about it at this point — we’ll keep an eye on it.
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