Through Tonight: We’re in the thick of it over the next few hours as a band of showers and storms passes. There could be a break in storminess for a good chunk of the evening and overnight. By 2 a.m. or so, rain and storm odds will be rising. It seems as if the focus of the worst locally could be in the hours around sunrise (near 7 a.m.). It’s possible some damaging winds or brief tornado may form in any activity. Temperatures will range across the 60s for lows.
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Tomorrow (Thursday): We’ll be clearing the morning shower and storm activity out of here, perhaps until midday. High temperatures will be in the mid-70s or so, maybe early, before the front comes flying through. Clearing skies will come along with northwest winds around five to 10 mph, gusting toward 20 mph at times. Here comes cool and dry air!
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