An isolated severe storm possible overnight, mainly for north-northwest counties. Isolated threats: wind gusts and a tornado. Chance of this is very low, but not zero.
OVERNIGHT: Rain likely, especially west of HWY 259. A few storms are possible. Lows: lower to middle 70s. Wind: South 10 mph.
THURSDAY: Periods of rain and storms likely ending after 7 PM, chances at 60%. High: 79. Wind: South 10 mph.
FRIDAY: Decreasing clouds. A 20% chance of rain. Cold front by midday Friday through the afternoon. Low: 71. Highs: north of HWY 80: upper 70s to lower 80s, south of HWY 80 to HWY 84: lower to middle 80s, south of HWY 84: middle to upper 80s and briefly near 90. Wind: SW, becoming Northwest 15 mph. Breezy and cool for Friday night.
SATURDAY: Sunshine and much cooler. Low: 50. High: 75. Wind: North 10 mph.
SUNDAY: Sunshine continues with a colder morning. Low: 48. High: 77. Wind: East 5 mph.
MONDAY: More sunshine and slightly warmer in the afternoon. Low: 49. High: 81. Wind: SE 5 mph.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. Low: 53. High: 81. Wind: South 10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: More clouds at times ahead of another cold front. Low: 60. High: 83. Wind: SW, turning North 5-10 mph.
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