SYNOPSIS...Scattered showers and storms will continue for tonight as an atmospheric impulse moves through. Rain will slowly become widely scattered and more sparse after midnight. The severe weather threat today will be low, due to a more stable atmosphere. A cold front will swing into the region for tomorrow. Activity will be widely scattered in nature, but any activity that does form has the potential to be strong to severe. Storms could produce damaging winds and hail. The front will move to the east of us by Monday and Tuesday, giving us beautiful days and sunny weather.
TONIGHT... Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly before midnight. Lows 62-66. Southwest winds 2-10 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
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