TONIGHT: It will be another mild night as overnight lows drop into the low to mid 50s under mostly clear skies. There will be a light southerly breeze up to 7 mph.
FRIDAY: Temperatures will warm into the upper 70s to near 80 as southerly winds increase to 15 mph in the afternoon under partly sunny skies. Evening temperatures will be mild, dropping through the 60s with increasing clouds overnight.
EXTENDED: Saturday morning, we have a slight chance of showers mainly along and west of HWY 63. We'll have considerable cloudiness and a warm afternoon as high temperatures approach 80. Also, it will be breezy as southerly winds increase to 17 mph, gusting to 25 mph at times. A line of showers and t-storms moves in after 7 PM from the northwest as a cold front approaches. As this line moves through, a few storms could be strong or severe. There is a marginal risk for isolated severe storms with a better chance west of HWY 63. Strong damaging wind is the main threat but some large hail is also possible. Storms will also bring heavy rain with .75" to 1.50" likely. Highest rainfall amounts will be west of HWY 63 where local amounts up to 2 inches will be possible. Rain moves out early Sunday morning, leaving us with a dry and mild day with high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. The work week will start with seasonal temperatures as we climb to near 70 Monday but another cold front brings cooler air in for Tuesday with high temperature only reaching the low 60s, dropping to near 40 Tuesday night, with some upper 30s possible. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.