Wednesday Night, June 28th
High temps Thursday will be similar. Better storm chances will arrive as a cold front drops south during the late afternoon. This could help maintain a few storms that fire up in the heat of the day. Some could be stronger as they run into some more fuel especially on the Eastern Plains. However, storm chances are not good for everyone and those that do form will be pretty spotty and favor northern areas.
Cold air will pool behind the front overnight Thursday, which will lead to mostly cloudy skies Friday morning. Areas of fog and drizzle are possible as well. Temps will be cooler as well, only rebounding into the 60s and 70s. Afternoon storm chances will be dictated by the amount of sunshine we get....better chances on the Plains.
Looking ahead to the weekend temps rebound into the 80s-90s with spotty storm chances both days. However, do not cancel any outdoor activities through the holiday weekend, as rain chances do not look that good.
|Record High/Year||98/1990, 1963|