5-day forecast with Meteorologist Brett Collar

Quiet, pleasant overnight expected


  • Quiet and pleasant tonight
  • Scattered storms develop late Thursday
  • 90-degree temps arrive to start weekend


Skies will become mostly clear this evening with temperatures slowly dropping back through the 60s, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said.

Overnight, it will be a comfortably cool night with mainly clear skies, Elwell said. Temperatures will fall to around 50 degrees.

Thursday: Skies will start out mostly sunny with some increase in clouds through the day. A few pop-up showers or storms may develop toward evening. There will be an increased chance for storms Thursday night, and a few of those storms could be strong. Highs will rebound into the upper 70s.

Friday: It will be warmer and muggier with scattered storms likely early. Isolated storms remain possible through the afternoon. Outside of any rain, skies will be partly cloudy. High temperatures will climb into the middle 80s.

Saturday: Partly sunny skies are in the forecast with hot and humid conditions. A pop-up storm can’t be ruled out by late afternoon, especially northeast. Highs will reach to near 90 degrees. The heat index may make it feel close to 100 degrees.

Sunday: There could be a few showers left early in the morning with partly sunny skies expected the rest of the day. It will stay warm but less humid as highs reach into the lower 80s.

Monday: Mostly sunny skies are expected to start the new workweek with warm temperatures in the middle 80s.

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