SYNOPSIS...A front, produce showers and thunderstorms, will be making its way through our area overnight tonight and into early Saturday morning. This front will very likely produce severe weather as it passes with the main threat being strong/damaging winds. However, once it clears out Saturday afternoon we will have a lovely rest of our weekend. Then next week an unsettled pattern will continue with rain chances at the beginning and middle of the work week.
TONIGHT...Showers and thunderstorms will move through producing gusty winds, heavy rainfall at times, lightning, and possible some isolated hail. Some winds could bring damage to areas as well. Lows 62-66 with S winds 15-25mph and gusts of 30+mph possible.
SATURDAY...Showers and thunderstorms will continue into the early morning hours with another round possible later in the morning but with very limited severe potential. Highs 77-81 with SW winds 10-17mph with gusts of 25mph possible.
SATURDAY NIGHT...Conditions will dry up with clear clouds throughout the evening and overnight hours. Winds will also die down as we head further into the evening as well. Lows 55-57 with SW winds 2-8mph.
SUNDAY...A lovely spring like day expected with mostly sunny skies and clouds continue to clear. highs 81-85 with S winds 4-10mph.
-Meteorologist Trevor Sonnier
|Today's Normal High||72|
|Today's Normal Low||49|
|Record High Temp/Year||91/1907|
|Record Low Temp/Year||26/1968|
|Sunrise This Morning||7:09AM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||1.01/3.68|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||8.72/13.36|