A Warm Week Begins, T-Storms Arrive Late

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Updated: 4/30/2012 7:35 am
Very warm, unsettled weather will occur all week long with highs in the lower to middle 80s, each day.  Most of today will be partly sunny and dry, with some isolated afternoon thunderstorms.  This evening and tonight, thunderstorms will become more widespread, especially near and north of I-64.  Some of the storms could become severe.  Each day this week will feature the possibility of at least an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but storms will be more numerous on Tuesday and again on Friday as disturbances cross the Ohio Valley, riding along a front stalled just to our north.
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