Tonight: Severe Weather is Possible
Temperatures will be mild overnight tonight near 58 degrees with an unstable atmosphere. This brings the opportunity for severe weather in the early morning hours of Sunday. A 60% chance of storms is possible with gusty winds, hail, downpours, and an isolated tornado all possible. Download the KBJR 6 Weather App for automated alerts, and drag with your NOAA Weather Radio.
Sunday: Storms are possible
A 30% chance of storms remains on Sunday but has fallen slightly because the storms for tomorrow AM will likely tap most of the energy from the atmosphere early in the day. Cloudy conditions will persist, but will still be out of the SW. Lows on Sunday night fall to near 60.
Monday: Small chance rain / storms
Clear skies with a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the low 80s as winds are variable and light, and will allow the surface to soak up more heat. Lows drop to the upper 50s overnight
Tuesday: Small chance rain / storms
Clear skies with a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be in the upper 70s with winds out of the Northwest. Lows drop to the upper 50s
Wednesday: Small chance rain / storms
The slight chance of showers and thunderstorms continues as we leave an active pattern. A high near 80 degrees is expected with winds out of the NW and temperatures dropping to 60 overnight.
4th of July Weekend: Small chance rain / storms