CommuteCast: A Few Storms Possible
Mostly sunny Friday, temps again near average
Scattered midday thunderstorms, some of which blew down trees and power lines, have moved to the southeast as new showers and thunderstorms develop to the northwest and track in our general direction. Most places have seen highs reach the mid-to-upper 80s. Some locations remain close to those readings, while those cooled by rain are now climbing back through the low and mid 80s. Any additional storms this afternoon should be isolated, but some may still be strong to severe, so keep an eye on the sky if out and about.
Tonight: Following a risk of evening showers and thunderstorms, skies will trend clearer overnight. Low temperatures will fall to around 60 in the suburbs and into the upper 60s for the city. A light wind from the north or northwest will continue.
Tomorrow: The final day of the work week will begin mostly sunny, before some afternoon clouds and an isolated thunderstorm or two pops up. Highs should reach into the mid and upper 80 while a northwest wind blows up to 15 mph at times.
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