Highs today will reach the mid 70s with scattered showers and thunderstorms. T-Storms are likely through midday, and some storms may be strong to severe. A slight risk of severe weather is in effect along and South of I-70. Damaging wind, large hail, and very heavy rain is likely from any strong to severe storm that develops. As we head into the afternoon, the activity will become more isolated, but the chance for a pop up shower or storm will stay in the forecast.
Overnight, we dry out with partly cloudy skies and patchy fog. Temps will only drop to the low 60s.
Sunday, looks like a summer day. We should remain dry with highs in the low 80s. The record high for Sunday is 84 set back in 1930, so near record breaking heat is possible.
Sunday night into Monday morning a strong storm system will push through the state. Once again, we are tracking the potential for severe storms. Damaging wind, hail, and heavy rain are the primary threats.
We dry out and cool down Tuesday, with more showers and storms for the end of the week.