Isolated Rain And Patchy Fog Overnight

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Updated: 6/11 12:39 am
Midnight Update:  Rain showers and thunderstorms have moved out of the region, and all watches and warnings have expired.  An isolated rain shower will still be possible through the early morning hours of Wednesday, with patchy dense fog possible as well.  Wednesday morning low temperatures will start off in the low to mid 60s, with mostly cloudy skies and high temperatures around 81 degrees for Wednesday afternoon.  There will be a chance for widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms for Wednesday, yet we are not expecting any organized severe weather.  Temperatures remain around 80 degrees for Thursday and Friday, with isolated rain and thunderstorm chances.  Temperatures get back into the low to mid 80s for the weekend, with mid to upper 80s for early next week. 
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 9pm tonight for all of the ABC 36 viewing area. Gusty winds and heavy rainfall will be the primary threats. Thunderstorms should diminish in coverage and strength overnight, with widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms still possible. Overnight will remain mild and muggy, with low temperatures in the low to mid 60s, with patchy fog possible. Another round of scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible for Wednesday, with high temperatures around 81 degrees. Rain chances become more isolated for the end of the work week and into the weekend.

TONIGHT: Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible through early tonight, with a few lingering rain showers and thunderstorms possible overnight. Overnight low temperatures will be around 66 degrees, with some patchy dense fog possible.

WEDNESDAY: Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will be possible for Wednesday. Wednesday will remain warm and muggy, with a high temperature of 81 degrees.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Rain chances will become more isolated for late Wednesday into Wednesday night, with mostly cloudy skies and an overnight low temperature of 65 degrees.

THURSDAY: Partly sunny skies return for Thursday, with the chance for a few late day thunderstorms. Thursday afternoon high temperatures will be around 82 degrees.

FRIDAY: A cold front will approach the region on Friday, giving us the chance for a few scattered rain showers and thunderstorms. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, with a high temperature of 80 degrees.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be warmer for Father’s Day Weekend, with highs in the low to mid 80s, with the chance for isolated, late day rain showers and thunderstorms. Skies will generally be partly cloudy.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures continue on a warming trend through next week, with mid to upper 80s returning, with the chance for late day, isolated thunderstorms.

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