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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Isolated rain showers expected for Friday

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We’re starting this morning mostly cloudy with temperatures generally in the lower 70s. A few foggy spots are possible, but the low clouds should help limit any widespread, dense fog. 

Isolated rain showers are possible this morning, but better chances hold off until the afternoon. Like yesterday, temperatures will be slow to warm due to the clouds. We should be into the lower 80s by the lunch hour with highs into the mid-80s could be closer to 90° if we see a few breaks in the clouds. 

Scattered storms should develop this afternoon, but I don’t expect storms to be as widespread as yesterday. Some could be strong with locally heavy rain and gusty winds of 30-40 mph. Any storms should diminish around sunset with just an isolated shower expected overnight. 

Lows will fall into the lower 70s.We’ll see a fair amount of cloud cover throughout Saturday, but more significant breaks should develop compared to today. That will allow highs to get close to 90°. 

As we heat up, scattered storms should develop for the afternoon. Even though any rain this weekend should be less widespread than Thursday, there could still be some extended outdoor delays due to rain and lightning. 

You can keep track of the changing weather conditions and track storms with the WAFF 48 First Alert Weather app. Highs should hold close to 90° for Sunday and Monday with additional scattered storms expected. 

For the middle of next week, the afternoon storms become more isolated in nature. Highs should also push into the mid-90s by Wednesday. 

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