CommuteCast: Scattered Storminess Possible
Near-average warmth on Friday
Cooler than average weather continues today as temperatures now reach the mid and upper 70s across the area. Clouds that have been floating by throughout the day will continue to do so through sunset. In addition to clouds, scattered showers or thunderstorms are possible for the remainder of the afternoon and into the evening, especially in the southern parts of the area. As with yesterday, any storms that pop up could be capable of brief strong winds and/or small hail.
Tonight: Any evening showers or thunderstorms will give way to clearing skies overnight. Low temperatures will fall to the upper 50s in the suburbs and the low 60s in the city.
Tomorrow: We close out the work week on a warmer note Friday. Fewer clouds than recent days combined with a warming west wind will allow temperatures to rise into the low and mid 80s across the area, or fairly close to seasonal norms. Isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms cannot be ruled out, though most activity should be north of the area.
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