Tonight will be warm and muggy with temperatures overnight falling into the 60s. There is a slight chance for scattered rain and storms, but they will remain isolated. Fog has held steady at the lake today and will likely move on and off the lakeshore Friday night into early Saturday. Watch for areas of low visibility if you are on the roads tonight and early Saturday.
Saturday morning a wave of moderate to heavy rain will move in, along with a few embedded t-storms. In the afternoon rain and thundershowers look more scattered, however outdoor plans may still prove a challenge. A few of the storms Saturday could become strong to severe, with all modes of severe weather possible. This severe weather threat looks contingent on some afternoon sun breaks, which will help add instability. Be sure to keep a close eye on the weather tomorrow in case any strong storms develop. Highs will be in the upper 70s with high humidity. It will also be breezy with gusts up to 30 mph.
Sunday morning scattered showers will linger, but much of the afternoon looks dry. Highs will again be in the upper 70s with gusty winds.
TONIGHT: Cloudy and Muggy with Fog. Scattered Showers and T-Storms
Wind: SE 5-10 mph
SATURDAY: Cloudy and Muggy with Rain/T-Storms Likely. Total Rain: 1-2", Breezy
Wind: S 10-15 G 30 mph
SUNDAY: Ch. Showers Early. Bec. Partly Cloudy
MONDAY: Partly Cloudy, iso. showers
TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy. Ch. Showers/Storms
WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy. Ch. Showers/StormsHigh: 76