Another Round of Storms Wednesday

Some could be severe
Posted at 6:18 AM, Apr 18, 2023

We stay warm overnight, only cooling to near 60 for the Wednesday morning commute. Storms continue until 2am, some could be strong with large hail the main threat.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy, but we mange to make it into the upper 70s. Then, a second round of storm will move through the region. There's a little better chance for some of these to reach severe levels along and south of I-80, especially between 5pm to 10pm. Pockets of large hail and strong winds will be possible, and an isolated tornado can't be ruled out. Weaker storms could continue overnight, but only some leftover rain should linger into early Thursday morning.

Thursday afternoon will be mostly cloudy, breezy, and cooler. Highs will be in the low 60s.

We keep cooling off Friday, but we some some sunshine, as we warm into the mid 50s.

The weekend will be cool. Saturday will be partly cloudy and breezy with a high near 50. Sunday brings more sunshine as we climb into the upper 50s.

Monday will be closer to average with mid 60s.

Mostly Cloudy
Scattered Storms Late
High: 77

Mostly Cloudy

Storms SE


Low: 48

Mostly Cloudy
Scattered AM Rain
High: 63

Partly Cloudy
High: 52

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