TODAY: Skies will remain partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of spotty showers anytime through early evening. Temperatures will be slightly cooler in the low 60s with a west/northwest wind today.
TONIGHT: The rain chance will come to an end this evening with clouds clearing overnight. There will be some fog developing tonight as lows dip to the upper 40s.
EXTENDED: We’ll start to warm back up on Thursday with plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid 70s. We’ll pick up a slight chance of t-storms late Thursday night and spotty storms are possible Friday ahead of a storm system. There is Marginal Risk on Friday morning for organized storms that could produce large hail and heavy rain and up to 1″ of rain north of I-70. Our best chance of rain moves in Saturday and Saturday night as a cold front slowly drifts through. Strong to severe storms look possible for Saturday afternoon and those with outdoor plans should check the latest forecasts before heading out for the weekend. Flash Flooding does not look to be a concern at this time. It looks drier Sunday with only a slight chance of isolated storms. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s Saturday and the upper 70s Sunday and Memorial Day. There is also a slight chance of light showers Monday afternoon for mainly north of I-70. For additional weather updates watch ABC17 News and follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.