Warm and dry Thursday, storms likely Friday

Thursday’s temperatures start off cooler in the 30s then quickly warm up into the 60s and 70s. Mostly sunny skies throughout the day, then a few clouds followed by a storm system arrive in the late evening hours on Thursday. Excessive rainfall and possible thunderstorms are expected throughout Friday. A brief cool down on Saturday, temperatures will be in the 50s and lower 60s, but skies will be clear for the remainder of the weekend.



Thursday continues the warming trend, temperatures expected to be in the 60s and 70s, with wind speeds 5-10mph from the southeast.



Heavy precipitation is expected with the arrival of Friday’s storm system. A majority of the FOX23 coverage area is placed in a Marginal Risk for Excessive Rainfall throughout the evening hours Friday.



A storm system arrives Friday, bringing heavy rainfall and possible thunderstorms. The entire KBSI viewing area is in an Enhanced Risk for Severe Weather through Friday, we will continue to track this storm system as it approaches.



Thursday and Friday continue to gradually warm up into the upper 60s and lower 70s. Thursday will be mostly sunny then showers are expected in the late evening hours into Friday. The possibility to see heavy rain, strong winds and thunderstorms increases for Friday. Saturday dries up but temperatures drop before warming up once again into the 70s for the start of your next work week. More rain is possible early next week with potential thunderstorms on Tuesday.


Weather Forecaster

Krista Chang

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