Severe Storms End the Workweek

Cooling off this weekend
Posted at 5:01 AM, Apr 28, 2022

Spotty rain and storms are expected to fire off this evening, turning into numerous scattered storms overnight. A couple of these storms early on could be strong to severe with some larger hail and strong winds, but the overall severe threat is fairly low.

Some of the overnight rain will linger into the Friday morning commute for a few cities with lows in the upper 50s.

Friday will be windy and a little cooler with highs near 70. The afternoon will be dry, but a few spotty storms will start to pop up in the evening. These could reach severe levels with the potential for large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes. As the storms become more widespread Friday night, the tornado threat will become less of a concern. The severe threat likely ends around midnight, but some of the rain will linger into Saturday morning.

We stay windy Saturday as cooler air blows in. This drops highs into the low 60s with mostly cloudy skies. Some of the morning rain could linger into the afternoon.

Sunday will be dry. The wind won't be as strong but still breezy. We stay mostly cloudy with highs near 60.

We then dip into the upper 50s Monday with the chance for some rain.

We bounce back into the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mostly Cloudy
Storms Late
High: 70

Mostly Cloudy
Rain and Storms
Low: 53

Mostly Cloudy
Rain Showers
High: 62

Mostly Cloudy
High: 60

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