Cold Front Moves Through On Thursday

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Updated: 7/10/2013 11:37 pm
Midnight Update:  The thunderstorms have diminished, yet there will continue to be a chance for isolated rain showers as we continue into early Thursday.  A cold front will approach and move through the region early Thursday, bringing more comfortable air for the end of the week.  With the leftover moisture, we will also have some patchy dense fog for the Thursday morning commute, with temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.  Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 81 degrees, with mostly cloudy skies early, and clearing skies by late in the day.  Temperatures will be around 60 degrees by Friday morning!
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After a hot and humid afternoon, we’ve see plenty of strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect until Thursday morning, as a cold front will move through the region tonight, giving us the chance for lingering rain showers and thunderstorms.

Tonight: We will continue to have rain chances this evening and overnight, as a cold front moves through the region. Overnight low temperatures will be around 68 degrees, with cloudy skies.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy skies and lingering rain chances will continue for early Thursday, as a cold front slowly moves through the region. Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 81 degrees, with some clearing from northwest to southeast by late Thursday.

Thursday Night: Clear skies will return with cooler and drier air moving in, as overnight low temperatures fall to around 59 degrees.

Friday – Weekend: We will have pleasant conditions returning for the end of the week, with mostly sunny skies for Friday and Saturday, with highs in the low to mid 80s. Sunday will feature partly sunny skies with a high of 87 degrees.
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