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02 March 2018, 03:31 | Kenneth Drake
First Warning Forecast Temperatures warm overnight back to the 70s Saturday
The rest of the area could see some additional showers until the front moves through late Wednesday night. While damaging winds in a thunderstorm can not be ruled out, it would the exception to the rule; the rule being rain and thunder for a few hours with wind gusts near 40 mph.
Thursday Night: Low temperatures will dip down into the 30's and lower 40's tonight.
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UPDATE: 1:30 p.m. Colder air will rush in behind the line. Low temperatures will drop to into the mid to upper 20s with wind chills close to 20.
Saturday looks like the pick day of the weekend with highs near 60° and sunny skies. These storms will remain below severe limits, but could produce some gusty winds. Winds will relax and shift to the east around 5 to 10 miles per hour. This can sometimes produce spin in the atmosphere that could lead to a brief weak tornado as well. With plenty of moisture in place for this front to work with, periods of heavy rain will be possible early Thursday into Thursday afternoon. Showers are likely Monday morning, ending in the afternoon with highs in the mid 50s. Readings should hit the upper 50s by Sunday.
Scattered showers will be with us for much of Monday morning before drying out late this afternoon. Gusts in the mountains could be close to 60 miles per hour on the ridge tops. High temperatures will be in the middle 60s.
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