Thursday Midday Forecast, May 8, 2014

By Regina Miller

Published 05/08 2014 12:34PM

Updated 05/08 2014 12:46PM

Updated Thursday Midday, May 8th
Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller

Big temperature difference for this afternoon as a westerly wind finally takes over to bring summer-like temps.  A front is draped across the regiona and will begin to lift northeastward.  To the north and east of the front, temps will be in the upper 60s to low 70s.  To the west of I-99, temps begin to climb into the mid to upper 70s if not near 80.  The warmest areas will be along the western ridges of route 219.   There will still be a couple areas seeing a stray shower or Thunderstorm. The entire region will be in the warm air on Friday with highs well in the 70s to near 80. There will be a pop up shower or thunderstorm in some spots, but most areas and much of the time will be rain free. A slow moving front will bring more numerous showers and thunderstorms Saturday. Heavier downpours are possible. The front will still be close enough to bring the possibility of a shower or thunderstorm Sunday. Monday and Tuesday will be seasonably mild with the chance for a pop up shower or thunderstorm either day.

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