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Tracking a few storms late tonight, cooler Thursday

TONIGHT: Increasing clouds with a chance for rain and storms south of I-70 after midnight. A few could bring heavy downpours and small hail near the I-44 corridor. Lows in the upper 40s to around 50.

TOMORROW: Chance of a shower in the morning, followed by decreasing clouds and cooler temperatures. Gusty north winds up to 25 mph with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.

EXTENDED: A warm front lifts north tonight, triggering a few showers and storms south of I-70 after midnight. As the associated cold front passes through in the morning, we could see a few more showers, but rain isn't expected to stick around all day. Winds will shift to the north and be breezy, dropping highs about 10 degrees to around 60. Tomorrow night is cooler in the wake of the cold front as lows dip into the mid-upper 30s. Friday starts off sunnier, but temperatures will be noticeably cooler as we drop into the low to mid-50s for highs. A back door cold front sliding in from the north will bring a bit more cloud cover and perhaps a few sprinkles Friday night. Saturday starts off chilly, but we manage to get back into the mid-upper 50s despite a northwesterly breeze. Winds shift on Sunday, sending highs near 70 ahead of an even warmer start to next week. We'll reach within a couple degrees of record highs on Monday and Tuesday, but a strong  cold front will bring a chance of rain and storms between Monday night and Tuesday. A stronger system could move in later next week, bringing cooler air and the potential for wintry weather, but we'll keep an eye on it with it being more than a week away. 

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Jessica Hafner

Jessica Hafner returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.


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