Storms possible Saturday night and some may be severe.
Saturday itself will be generally quiet - expect variably cloudy skies with a few hit and miss storms through the afternoon hours. It'll be after sunset we'll need to have a heightened awareness to the possibility of strong to severe storms as a squall line is expected to move through during the overnight hours.
The line of storms is expected to move thru between 10pm Saturday night and 6am Sunday.
The main threat with the storms will come from strong winds; but hail and spin-up tornadoes along the line will be possible as well. With this being an overnight threat, make sure your weather radios are turned on and ready to go; also have our First Alert Weather app downloaded that will also alert you if a warning is issued for your area.
Storms will end Sunday morning but off and on showers will continue through Sunday as the front hangs up over the area with cooler temperatures only in the 60s - we'll turn much drier and brighter into Monday.
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