Chance of storms is in the forecast for the first part of the weekend as a cold front moves through the area. The coverage of storms will be scattered, with chances only around 50-60%. This will not be an all day rain on Saturday. A few storms may be strong, but widespread severe storms aren't expected. 

Sunday will see a slim chance for a storm as the front slows its forward progress and hangs near the coast. Temps will likely be the hottest of the week, with some areas approaching 90. Next week will begin with the cold front stalled over the area. A wave of low pressure will track along the front from northwest to southeast bringing more rain to the area Mon. night through Tuesday. 

Lingering showers behind the front, along with clouds and north winds will bring cooler weather to the area. Expect low to mid 70s for highs from the middle to end of the week. Temps at night will drop into the 50s from Wednesday morning through Friday.


Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley

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