Some stray showers can be seen this morning on your commute, but most areas look to dry out throughout the morning. Rain showers look to arrive again in the afternoon and last throughout the evening. Isolated thunderstorms will also be present with the associated cold front. These storms aren’t classified as severe, but we could still see some strong thunderstorms blow on through. These storms could be capable of gusty winds, heavy rainfall and a low potential for some small hail. The majority of our Thursday will be very windy. Gusts averaging around 30mph and higher gusts present with thunderstorm activity.
- The Storm Prediction Center has shifted the Marginal Risk (1/5) more northward to now only include most of Pocahontas County. Thunderstorm Risk (0/5) is shaded for the rest of our viewing area meaning thunderstorms.
Tonight, some lingering rain showers may hang over a few spots, but the majority of us will start to dry out. Temperatures much cooler tonight; in the 40s and lower 50s. High pressure moves in quickly allowing Friday and Saturday to be mostly sunny days with temperatures Friday in the upper 60s and Saturday we rebound back in the middle 70s.
Father’s Day still has a chance for pop up showers and storms. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s and the lower 80s.