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Matt's 10 PM Friday Forecast

February 23, 2018

Posted: Fri Feb 23 20:36:03 PST 2018
Updated: Fri Feb 23 20:36:03 PST 2018

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this has given us some areas of rain and thunderstorms today. we have otherwise seen variably cloudy skies as the rule and unseasonably warm temperatures. most of the high temperatures this afternoon reached well into the 70s to lower to middle 80s across the area. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will continue to see warm and moist southerly winds as the rule. we will see more areas of rainfall and thunderstorms at times flow through the area. we will see most of the overnight lows drop off into the 60s. as we go through our saturday we will for the most part see isolated showers and thunderstorms. most of the heavier areas of rainfall and thunderstorms will be in our area as we go into the evening and overnight hours. the chances of stronger and severe thunderstorms will be slim for most of the day, however better chances will be found as we go into the evening and overnight hours. most likely just strong and gusty winds as the rule, along with some heavy rainfall. however, an isolated tornado or two cannot be ruled out of the question with some of the thunderstorms. cookie lovers rejoice, as this is the perfect weekend for you thunderstorms at times flow through the area. we will see most of the overnight lows drop off into the 60s. warm, moist and unstable air keeps flowing into our area. this has given us some areas of rain and thunderstorms today. we have otherwise seen variably cloudy skies as the rule and unseasonably warm temperatures. most of the high temperatures this afternoon reached well into the 70s to lower to middle 80s across the area. as we go through the evening and overnight hours we will continue to see warm and moist southerly winds as the rule. we will see more areas of rainfall and thunderstorms at times flow through the area. we will see most of the overnight lows drop off into the 60s. as we go through our saturday we will for the most part see isolated showers and thunderstorms. most of the heavier areas of rainfall and thunderstorms will be in our area as we go into the evening and overnight hours. the chances of stronger and severe thunderstorms will be slim for most of the day, however better chances will be found as we go into the evening and overnight hours. most likely just strong and gusty winds as the rule, along with some heavy rainfall. however, an isolated tornado or two cannot be ruled out of the question with some of the thunderstorms. cookie lovers rejoice, as this is the perfect weekend for you
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