Stephanie's Saturday Forecast 6/21/14

We have Low Pressure overhead for today, giving the 4State scattered rain showers for most of the daytime hours.  Rain chances will decrease as the afternoon and evening approaches, but a few leftover scattered showers cannot be ruled out tonight.  We’ll be much cooler than previous days, with high temperatures in the mid 70’s for most.  Tonight we’ll get into the 50’s with fog developing later tonight and Sunday morning.  The latter half of the weekend is looking nice with a partly sunny sky on Sunday with temperatures in the 80’s. 


Today:  Rain showers for most of the day, becoming less frequent in the afternoon.  HIGH:  74,  LOW:  54.  Winds: NE 5-10 MPH


Sunday:  Early fog, becoming mostly sunny throughout the morning.  HIGH:  82,  LOW:  62. 


Monday:  Mostly sunny.  HIGH:  83,  LOW:  65. 


Tuesday:  A disturbance will enter the region giving us a chance of storms.  HIGH:  85,  LOW:  68. 


Wednesday:  A chance of thunderstorms.  HIGH:  87,  LOW:  67. 


Thursday:  A chance of storms.  HIGH:  86,  LOW:  67. 


Friday:  Rain showers likely, partly sunny.  HIGH:  84,  LOW:  63.  

--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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