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Today's Weather Forecast

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7 Day Forecast 7 Day Forecast

A few showers and thunderstorms ushered much warmer and more humid air into the state this morning.

The showers and possible thunder will linger for a few hours before tapering off later this morning. Thunderstorms may redevelop late this afternoon and evening, a few may become severe.

Hazy sunshine will develop this afternoon and this will help boost our temperatures well into the 80’s to near 90 degrees.

Our dew points will rise from near 60 degrees this morning (which isn’t too uncomfortable) to near 70 degrees later this afternoon (which is uncomfortable!)

The warm and muggy air will only stick around for a short time. Nighttime thunderstorms tonight will bring slightly cooler and less humid air our way by Wednesday.

Some of the thunderstorms will bring heavy rain and a few of the storms may become severe. High winds and hail appear to be the biggest severe possibilities with this upcoming system with only an isolated tornado threat right now.

The air will stay comfortable on Thursday and Friday before another big warming trend late this weekend and early next week.

Ken Barlow has the latest all morning starting at 4:30 am on 5 Eyewitness News

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Dave Dahl

Ken Barlow

Jonathan Yuhas

Sam Ryan

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