First Alert Friday for Showers and Isolated Thunderstorms; Turning Much Cooler For The Weekend Into Next Week
A cold front will move into the state on Friday with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms.
A few storms may have some brief heavy rain and gusty winds. The front has weakened considerably over the last few days as its moved east, so a major threat of severe weather is gone.
Still, again, a gusty shower/storm possible. It will be breezy and warm ahead of the front on Friday.
The front will move through by late evening and we’ll see a wind shift as temperatures fall into the 60s for daytime Highs and lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s the next several days.
- It’s a FIRST ALERT Friday as a cold front arrives - ahead of the front will be scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.
- A few isolated storms could contain brief heavy rain and gusty winds
- Cooler temperatures tomorrow through much of next week
First Alert Friday: Mostly cloudy, breezy and warm. 50% chance of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. Highs upper 70s to Near 80
Friday night: Skies will clear. Breezy and cooler. Lows Upper 40s
Saturday (St. Pat’s in Five Points) and Sunday: Partly cloudy and cool. Highs Lower 60s
And here’s a look at your forecast if you’re headed to the St. Pat’s at Five Points festivities on Saturday: