Tonight: We will drop to a low of 68 degrees with partly cloudy skies and light winds. It will be a nice night to have outdoor plans!
Tomorrow: We will have a similar story of the warm weather as we look to reach a high of 87 degrees. There is the chance for a pop-up shower in the early morning and afternoon hours, but a lot of us should remain dry for the majority of the day. Winds will stay light out of the South-Southwest.
Thursday: Another warm day is in store for us with dry conditions. However, other portions of the viewing area have the chance to see isolated strong to severe storms. A marginal risk of severe weather is in place for Grant County in our viewing area. Damaging winds and small hail are the primary threats along with locally heavy rainfall.
7-Day: A strong cold front will affect us on Friday afternoon which will bring the chance for scattered strong storms. After this front passes through, our temperatures will drop all the way into the upper 60's for the first day of astronomical fall. Slight rain chances will linger through next Monday as temperatures will slowly climb into the mid-70's. More rain chances are possible for next Tuesday.
- Weather Forecaster Steven Diana
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