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Storms late Saturday, big cool-down Sunday

TONIGHT: Tonight will be mild as clouds increase as winds remain out of the south near 10 mph. Overnight lows will only drop into the mid to upper 60s. After 4 AM, there is a chance of showers & t-storms north of I-70.

SATURDAY: Spotty showers and t-storms are possible through mid-morning north of I-70. We’ll have partly cloudy skies and a warm, breezy afternoon as temperatures climb into the mid to upper 80s. Southerly winds will increase to 15 mph, gusting as high as 25 mph by late-afternoon. A line of showers and t-storms will move in from the northwest after 7 PM.

EXTENDED: Severe storms are possible Saturday evening with the primary threat damaging winds of 58 mph or greater. There is also a lower chance of large hail and an isolated tornado. The severe threat is greatest west of HWY 54 since storms will weaken as they move southeast overnight. Heavy rain is likely with some of the storms. Most areas will see .50″ to 1.0″ rainfall with local amounts up to 1.5″ possible. Storms will move to the southeast to near I-44 by early morning Sunday and end as cooler, drier air moves in. Northwesterly winds will gust to 30 mph overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning as temperatures fall into the low to mid 50s. With increasing sunshine Sunday, it will remain cool with high temperatures only near 60. Sunday night will be the coldest night yet this season as we drop to near 40 with upper 30s possible north of I-70. Next week will start mild and dry with high temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s and cool nights. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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