A storm system sliding across the region has produced scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the state. We will continue to see them “pop” like popcorn this evening and linger through part of the overnight.
While the threat for severe weather is low, some of the stronger storms could produce brief gusty winds and small hail. These storms aren’t moving that fast and given the moisture content of the atmosphere, heavy rainfall is likely and could lead to localized flooding.
Storms should wrap up overnight and while an isolated shower or storm could develop Saturday afternoon, chances are low.
Temperatures will stay hot through the weekend in the 90s.
Unsettled skies will stick around through next Wednesday as a cold front approaches our area. And the good news about this front is that it will indeed bring cooler air to the tune of the 80s! I’ll show you what you can expect when it comes to the rain and our cool down tonight on KSN News. – Chief Meteorologist Lisa Teachman