Patrick’s First Warning Forecast: Tracking 70s and thunderstorms
Chief Meteorologist Patrick Rockey’s First Warning Forecast
We are tracking a little bit of rain and a whole lot of warmth on the way. A series of cold fronts will cross the region over the next few days. Ahead of each of these, a gusty south and southwest wind will push temperatures up. By Wednesday, we could get close to our record high of 79°.
But with that heat and a strong cold front on the way, a few thunderstorms are also possible.
Some of the wet weather may stick around for early on Thursday. But most of the day is looking dry and cooler.
We are expecting sunshine for Friday and Saturday with high temperatures only in the low-to-mid 50s.
Another system will arrive for the second half of the weekend, bringing us a good chance for rain on Sunday and Monday.
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