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Jim Barach's Forecast Discussion

An approaching cold front brought cloudy skies along with showers and storms to the region on Tuesday. A line of strong to severe storms will move into the region around midnight. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy after morning rain showers with intermittent showers and cooler temperatures taking us through the weekend.

Tonight, skies will be cloudy with strong storms moving in around midnight. There could be heavy rainfall along with gusty winds as the storms move in. The overnight low temperature will be 45 degrees and it will be windy at times. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy after morning rain showers. The high temperature will be 51 degrees and it will again be breezy. Thursday will be partly cloudy and dry under high pressure. The high temperature will make it to a still cool 54 degrees. Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers. The high temperature will drop back to 50 degrees.

The weekend will start out with mostly cloudy skies along with rain showers as low pressure moves in on Saturday. The high temperature will drop to 44 degrees. Sunday will be partly cloudy and dry with high pressure briefly moving in. The high temperature will warm slightly to 53 degrees.

Monday will be cloudy with rain showers as low pressure again moves in over the region. The high temperature will be 56 degrees. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy and dry along with a high temperature of 54 degrees. Wednesday will be partly cloudy and dry with a high temperature of 60 degrees. Thursday will be partly cloudy and dry with a high temperature of 65 degrees. Friday will be mostly cloudy with showers as a cold front moves in. The high temperature ahead of the front will warm to 70 degrees.

Chief Meteorologist Jim Barach

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