A cold front will pass through the region Friday night bringing rain chances and some slightly cooler air. This front will bring a broken line of showers and storms late in the evening towards the nighttime hours. There is a low-end risk for severe weather. The threat will be mostly contained north of the 10 & 12 corridor where a marginal risk (1/5) is located. As the frontal boundary pushes through overnight, drier air will usher in and any lingering rain will be clearing before daybreak on Saturday.

Low risk for severe weather – Gusty winds and hail are the main concerns

After the Storms

After the front clears, things will dry out with a drop in humidity and slightly cooler air entering the area. Highs will be nice in the upper 70s with cooler mornings in the 50s. A disturbance may trigger a shower or two on Sunday, but most will likely stay dry. This could lead to more clouds, however. Our weather pattern becomes more unsettled next week with more rain chances.

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