More severe weather is possible on Friday as strong to severe storms are expected ahead of a cold front, generally after 3 p.m. Damaging wind gusts are the top risk for the day.
The storms become more widespread after quitting time and the weekend kicks off. Outdoor cookouts could be impacted. Wind speeds will also be around 5-15mph out of the southwest.
Thunderstorms fade around midnight as the cold front moves off to the east and that will help clear out the shower chances.
We will monitor for potential flash flooding in localized areas as the ground is saturated.
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