Good Friday!  A slow moving front will keep a chance for spotty showers and storms in the forecast through this afternoon.  While severe weather is extremely unlikely, be on the lookout or one or two storms capable of producing gusty, damaging winds and small hail.  Primarily what you will see will be overcast skies with a passing shower or storm every now and then through the early evening.  We will then clear out this evening (most if not all rain will be gone by the first pitch of the Lookouts game at 7:15).  The high today will reach 76.

Tonight, skies will clear out nicely and we will see our temps cooling to the mid 50s by Saturday morning.  We will have plenty of sunshine through the day Saturday with a high of 78.  Sunday will be just as nice with a high of 81.

Next week will mark a bit o a change.  An approaching front will bring in southerly winds that will jack the temperature up to 85 Monday with clouds building through the day.  Tuesday through Friday will sport temps in the mid to upper 80s with a chance for scattered showers each day.

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8am... Spotty storms, 61

Noon... Scattered Storms, 68

5pm... Storms Ending, 76