More Storms This Weekend

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Scattered strong t-storms developed Friday afternoon. 1-2" of rain fell from a few of the stronger storms sparking flood advisories for several counties. Expect more scattered storms over the weekend. The main threat from the storms will be lightning, 34-40 mph wind gusts, and 1-2" rain which will cause localized flash flooding. We'll have a daily chance for scattered afternoon and evening t-storms each day through Friday.


In spite of today's rainfall temperatures were above average.


We've had 15 days of 90-degree temperatures so far this summer.


Scattered storms are likely Saturday afternoon.


Scattered storms are likely Sunday afternoon.

Regional Front Map1

Scattered storms are likely early next week along with warmer temperatures and higher humidity.

Regional Front Map2

Ourdaily scattered storm threat will continue through Friday.

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