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it's a fairly active pattern over the next couple of days, so stay tuned. we expect that we could have a few storms pop-up overnight. if they form, it's not impossible that they produce some gusty wind and perhaps a few hailstones. expect a very limited coverage of these. maybe only 20% at most, but at this point, it's something to keep in mind. much of your weekend should be fairly dry, including your saturday, where an isolated storm can't be ruled out but most of us should stay dry with temperatures shooting into the upper 70s for highs by afternoon. sunday should begin with temperatures in the mid 50s and high temperatures reaching the lower 70s. we will have more showers and thunderstorms developing as we progress through sunday and into the afternoon/evening. the greatest coverage of these will be near the us 82 corridor and locations to the south. the positioning of these storms remains a bit of a question as a stalled front will be the focal point for this activity. where that front sets up, rain chances will develop as well. a few storms could be strong, or perhaps even severe, with all forms of severe weather possible but with very limited coverage. focus then turns to monday where more components are in place, potentially, for severe weather development. once again, all forms of severe weather remain possible, including tornadoes. if i was looking at what i'm looking at 24 hours out, instead of three days out, i'd feel fairly confident in severe weather monday afternoon, but there's a lot of variables between then and now that will impact the forecast greatly. check back in on this one. high temperatures monday day should reach the mid-70s. the system that arrives late monday will sweep in with much cooler temperatures behind it, allowing highs on tuesday to occur prior