Strong to severe storms likely Wednesday

There is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms today, most likely in the 8 AM - 4 PM timeframe. Potential hazards include: hail up to 2", wind gusts 60+ mph within storms, and possibly tornadoes.

Wednesday is a windy day with the potential for strong or severe storms. Storms move into the area after 8 AM, and have the potential to become strong or severe.

Make sure to charge your phone this morning in case of any power outages. Remove anything from your yard that could be blown over by the wind. Outside of storms, wind gusts up to 50 mph are possible throughout the late morning and early afternoon. If you have the option to park indoors, you should do so in case of large hail.

Storms, rain, and gusty winds continue into the afternoon / early evening, but it is dry by tonight.

It is still windy overnight with temperatures falling into the mid 30s.

Weather Thursday and Friday should be pleasant with sunshine and highs in the 50s.

We'll continue to see sunny skies through Easter weekend, with a chance for a few rain showers returning Monday.

Highs soar into the 70s next week.

Today: Windy with strong, possibly severe, thunderstorms. High 72.

Tonight: Partly cloudy, windy, cooler. Low 34.

Thursday: Mostly sunny, breezy. High 50.

Friday: Sunny. High 54.

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