Scattered storm threat overnight, much colder Friday

NOW: Scattered storm threat overnight, much colder Friday

Widespread rain ends this evening and temperatures spike into the 60s. The milder conditions fuel the possibility of scattered thunderstorms through the early morning. Temperatures will fall sharply early Friday morning.

Friday temperatures only get colder. Falling from the 50s early to the mid-30s by the afternoon. Wind gusts could gust as high as 40 mph. Clouds clear into the weekend, chilly but fair Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures return to the 50s by the middle of next week. The pattern turns wet and possibly stormy again next Wednesday and Thursday.

Tonight: Scattered storms, strong to severe possible. Low 54.
Friday: A few AM showers then partial clearing. Breezy with temperatures falling from 54.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 38.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High of 42.

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