TONIGHT: It looks mostly clear in the evening with clouds increasing overnight. A warm front will begin to move into the area keeping low temperatures near 60.
FRIDAY: There is a chance of storms Friday morning but they would be spotty, and mainly north of I-70. Additional storms could develop Friday afternoon into early evening. If these develop, they could become strong to severe. There is a marginal severe threat Friday afternoon for isolated strong wind gusts or 1 inch hail.
EXTENDED: Our best chance of rain moves in Saturday and Saturday night as a cold front slowly drifts through. Strong to severe storms are likely for Saturday afternoon and those with outdoor plans should check the latest forecasts before heading out for the weekend. All modes of severe weather are possible, especially for those south of I-70. Very large hail, strong, damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes are possible. Strongest storms will also produce heavy rain. It looks drier Sunday with only a slight chance of isolated storms closer to I-44. High temperatures will reach the lower 80s Saturday and the upper 70s Sunday and Memorial Day. Watch ABC17 News for the updated track of Saturday’s storms and latest threats and look for updates here and on ABC17 Stormtrack Twitter.