Scattered storms, some strong for Friday evening

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Clearing this weekend and turning cooler too...

EVENING: Scattered clouds, mild and muggy.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, mild and muggy, low 70F.

FRIDAY: Stray morning showers, scattered evening thunderstorms. high 85F.

A warm southerly breeze will keep us warm and muggy overnight. A stray shower is possible, but better chances for showers and storms arrive on Friday.

A cold front will produce scattered storms between 5pm and 11pm Friday evening. There is a chance for a passing shower or rogue storm before this period, but best dynamics for these storms will be in the evening hours. Some of these storms could contain damaging wind gusts and hail. An isolated tornado is also possible, so our weather team will be tracking these storms throughout the evening.

The front sinks south Saturday morning, allowing for clearing skies and much drier air. Cool, Canadian air will continue to drop into the state over the weekned, and Sunday will be noticeably cooler, although comfortably cool.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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