Clouds will increase tonight as the next next storm system moves closer to our area. We have a chance at a sprinkle early. It won’t be as cold with lows in the mid-30s.

Rain returns Friday morning, developing shortly after sunrise. We are tracking a period of steadier, moderate to heavy at times, showers late-morning through mid-afternoon Friday. Rain turns more sporadic into the early evening. Friday’s high temperatures will be in the lower to mid-50s and it may take until the evening to get there. Much of the day will be spent with temperatures in the 40s.

We will be monitoring clusters of thunderstorms moving toward the area Friday night. There is the chance for some gusty showers or a gusty thunderstorms into the night. Winds will be picking up through the day with gusts to around 40MPH possible. Winds remain elevated Friday night with a window for stronger gusts Saturday morning and early afternoon.

Normal highs this time of year are in the lower to mid-50s and much of the forecast period will feature near to above normal highs. See which days will be the warmest in the 7-day forecast.

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