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Warming up, occasional showers/t-storms into the weekend

High pressure will gradually lose its grip on our area as we head closer to the weekend. Tonight, while we look to stay mainly dry, cloud cover will build back in, especially after midnight. With a southwesterly flow, temperatures won't be as cold tonight, falling into the 50s for most. Friday will bring a few showers to start the day, mainly north of HWY 460 to start. As the day goes on, we'll see pop-up isolated showers & storms here and there, but it will not be a wash-out by any means. Otherwise we'll see more cloud cover compared to Thursday, and highs should be warmer, in the low 70s!

A frontal boundary meandering to our north will keep some parts of the area unsettled into Friday night. We could see a few more showers and a few t-storms, mainly north of the I-64 corridor. A few showers will stick around (again, mainly in the far northern portions of our area) early Saturday, but more sun should emerge into the afternoon! We will be MUCH WARMER on Saturday, with highs in the mid 70s to low 80s!

Cloud cover will build back in Saturday evening, and rain will again be on our doorstep by early Sunday morning as a stronger cold front approaches us from the west. This system will bring wider-spread rain for much of the day, and temps will be cooler, in the 60s. Monday looks dry, but even cooler still behind the front. Temps early next week will be in the low to mid 50s. Stay tuned, and enjoy the warm weather while we have it!

Katherine Thompson

Chief Meteorologist

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