Thursday Night Forecast with Chief Meteorologist Mike LaPoint


Things are mostly cloudy this evening, with a spotty shower or sprinkle possible with temperatures in the 70s. 

We’ll see a much better chance of showers moving in after 4:00 a.m. Friday. There may be a few isolated thunderstorms that produce gusty winds and small hail as the cold front moves in. 

Once the cold front moves through, our threat of strong storms diminishes – with just showers in the areas. Temperatures will also begin to fall throughout the day, as readings will be in the lower 50s by 5:00 p.m. 

The weekend will start off cool on Saturday, with highs only in the middle to upper 50s – with rain possible late in the day. 

Good news – warmer and dry weather are expected next week!

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