An approaching cold front is expected to bring a few isolated T-storms in our area, particularly in the early morning hours. The embedded storms are likely to be severe is some spots, so be mindful of gusty winds and frequent lightning strikes. Winds will stay active out of the north at least 10-15 mph. Our chances of rain have dropped slightly, down to 30% chance with a high near 87 degrees.
By the evening hours the majority of the showers are likely to have shifted to the coastal and southeastern portions of the state. Temps will make a dramatic drop into the 50s, with most skies clearing out from cloud cover. Additionally, the winds are going to die down a bit, helping the temps to drop even faster.
Tomorrow the day starts off spectacularly clear and cooler, much different than the previous days. There's not a concern for any extreme hot weather, temps will stay in the 80s. Mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid to lower 80s in most areas. And this pattern will continue into all of next week, staying sunny and staying cooler.
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