11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Friday, May 22nd
Rain continues to clear...moving to the north/northeast as we head throughout our midday hours. A few breaks of sun are possible as Friday will be drier and warmer compared to the past few days. Temperatures will reach into the 60s and 70s for most areas outside of the mountains. There will still be a slight chance for a shower or storm late in the day, but mainly along the mountains. The rain won't be widespread either, as most should remain dry.
Saturday brings in more widespread rain chances. We'll see the potential for some strong to severe storms in the afternoon and evening... large hail and strong winds will be the main concern. Locations along the Palmer Divide and northward will have the best chance to see these stronger storms. Be sure to stick with us for updates on the forecast.
Sunday and Monday will offer more sun and slightly drier conditions for the remainder of the Memorial Day weekend. Spotty storms will still be possible, though you'll be able to get some dry time in outdoors! Highs will generally fall into the 60s and 70s these days.
Next work week starts off with the chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms, but warmer temperatures settle in for Tuesday through Thursday with highs in the 70-80s.
- Average High: 71
- Average Low: 44
- Record High/Year: 90/2005
- Record Low/Year: 29/1931
- Date: Thursday, May 21st
- Sunrise: 5:42am
- Sunset: 8:09pm
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