Storms continue to slowly weaken as they move through the metro area.
Overnight: Rain ending, becoming partly cloudy
Lows: 60s | Wind: S 5 m.p.h.
Thursday: Partly Sunny, Storms Possible, Breezy
Highs: Mid 70s | Wind: NNW 10-20 m.p.h.
Friday: Partly Sunny, Cooler
Highs: Upper 60s | Wind: N 4-8 m.p.h.
Heavy downpours and isolated thunderstorms will continue to move east and diminish in intensity overnight. Please check Live Super Doppler Radar to see the latest position of the storms.
A strong cold front will have a noticeable impact on our weather over the next 36 hours and beyond. Much cooler air will arrive tomorrow before the front arrives during the day. This front will not only bring in the coolest air mass we have seen in a long time, it is also likely to provide more widespread areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms.
Drier air will return during the day on Friday. Over the weekend, the center of Canadian (in origin) High Pressure will control the weather and provide the area with partly cloudy skies and unseasonably cool temperatures. Looks like temperatures will get no higher than the 70s for at least the next seven days.