(WBRE 28/WYOU 22 EYEWITNESS WEATHER) — A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for most of our area through this evening.
The strongest thunderstorm threat is north of I-80 through 6 p.m. Within these storms, we’ll be watching for locally heavy downpours and strong wind gusts upward of 60 mph. Small hail can also not be ruled out.
Scattered thunderstorms become more isolated overnight with lows in the lower 60s. We’ll see a few more showers on Monday with rumbles of thunder, otherwise it’ll be mostly cloudy. Highs are in the upper 70s. Clouds start to break for Tuesday, but an afternoon shower can’t be ruled out. The humidity will subside a little as high pressure starts to move in.
This allows a cool Wednesday morning with little cloud cover and a whole lot of sunshine. Highs are in the mid 70s. Plentiful sunshine persists through Friday with rain chances returning next weekend.
This evening, showers along with a few thunderstorms continue. Rain becomes more isolated overnight.
We will see a few more showers on Monday with rumbles of thunder, otherwise it’ll be mostly cloudy.