The forecast will undergo some big changes as we head into the weekend with an increase in clouds on Saturday and a slight chance of showers in the forecast, mainly in our northern counties. By Sunday, rain becomes likely and temperatures stay cool with highs in the 50s. A warm front will push northward going into Monday, so we will keep the chance of rain in the forecast - but also bring in the risk for some thunderstorms as well. We will have to monitor things Monday into Tuesday for any risk of strong to severe storms, so we will keep an eye on things for you! Wednesday looks like a dry day before another cold front gets ready to move through on Thursday. This one may not have a lot of moisture to work with, so at the moment we won't forecast a big coverage of rain. We do know that this will be followed by a push of very cold air - which may keep highs in the 40s on Friday and Saturday and push lows well down into the 20s both morning. Have a great and safe weekend!
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Chief Meteorologist Derek Kinkade, WTVM / WXTX