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Small rain chances over the weekend

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Comfortable Spring weather will continue for a few more days. The weather should be mainly dry as well, but there are some small chances of rain. Warmer weather will develop next week.

Today: Sunny early then partly cloudy and pleasant.

High: 68 Wind: SW 5-10

Tonight: Scattered clouds and quiet.

Low: 42 Wind: SW around 5

Friday:Variable clouds and seasonal.

High: 67 Wind: SW around 10

Today will be a lot like yesterday with sunny skies during the morning and then scattered clouds in the afternoon. Highs temps should reach the mid to upper 60s, which is normal for this time of year. Winds will be out of the southwest at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow a few more clouds will develop, but it will still be a nice May day with highs in the 60s.

A weak trough of low pressure will move in from the west Friday night and cross or area Saturday morning. This will bring more clouds once again and a small chance of light showers or sprinkles. Even if there is a little shower activity that develops during the first half of the day on Saturday, it should not ruin any outdoor plans as it will be light and brief. Saturday afternoon is looking good with highs in the mid 60s. Another 30% chance of widely scattered light showers are in the forecast for Sunday with highs in the upper 60s.

Next week will be a bit warmer with highs in the low 70s on Monday and in the low to mid 70s from Tuesday through Thursday. The weather should be dry with partly cloudy conditions on Monday and Tuesday. The moisture in the air will increase by Wednesday and Thursday and a weak low pressure system will be developing in the middle of the nation. This weather system will be close enough to our area for a slight chance of showers or storms on Wednesday and a 30% chance on Thursday.

Pollen Count: Yesterday May 12th, 83, Tree Pollen (moderate)

Have an fine Thursday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, Morning Update, 13-May-2021

On this date in weather history: 1981 - A tornado 450 yards in width destroyed ninety percent of Emberson TX. People did not see a tornado, but rather a wall of debris. Homes were leveled, a man in a bathtub was hurled a quarter of a mile, and a 1500 pound recreational vehicle was hurled 500 yards. Miraculously no deaths occurred in the tornado. (The Weather Channel)

Justin Loew

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