First Alert Weather

Updated: Jan. 25, 2023 at 6:19 AM EST
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is the first word of the day our rain chances maximize right around nine o'clock that's when we'll have the greatest threat for damaging winds isolated tornado and heavy downpours. Rain chances do ease back down by just after three o'clock we should be done with the rain and the severe threat will be over two but watch out for the wind early this morning. There might be a few showers but the best chance will come 910 11 o'clock noontime thunderstorms start to move east temperatures hanging about mid 60s. Winds relaxed from southwest to 20 to about 10 to 15. This evening, we'll see the temperatures cool down to mid 50s down into the upper 30s and it will feel colder than that because I've reached the blow a little bit, making the windchill factors fall into the 20s at time. Rain chances stay low through Saturday and then pop right back Sunday next week looks very wet and much warmer too. So temperatures cooler in the 50s for the next couple of afternoons getting into the 60s Sunday getting into 70s Tuesday. Morning lows a pair of freezes 31 Friday morning 28 Saturday morning, much milder