Strong Storms Possible Saturday

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Prepared by Matt Stephens
Friday, March 8, 2019


A few lingering showers are possible this evening and overnight, as a frontal boundary positions itself to our south. Otherwise, expect cloudy skies and lows in the mid 40s. An even better chance for heavy rain and thunderstorms (a few possibly strong to severe) show up Saturday. An initial round of showers are possible Saturday morning followed by a more intense round of storms that will push through late Saturday afternoon. Strong winds, heavy rains and even an isolated tornado is possible. We warm into the 60s over the weekend before settling back into the 50s for highs of the start of next week. Another potent system shows up the middle and end of next week with highs soaring into the 70s!

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FRIDAY NIGHT: Showers Possible
Low 44, winds E-6

SATURDAY: Windy & Warm, Showers & T/Storms Likely
High 65, Low 46, winds S-20, G-40

SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny, Breezy and Warm
High 59, Low 37, winds W-10

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