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Wednesday, May 9

A Little Unsettled Through Thursday

Written by John DiPasquale:

A reinforcing shot of colder air, upper level energy & a pool of cold air aloft will rotate in this afternoon into Thursday.  This will not only make it chillier, but a little unsettled at times with a scattering of showers & a couple of storms.  Highs on this Wednesday will be well into the 60s, but readings will have a tough time getting out of the 50s Thursday with a gusty, cool wind. 

High pressure displayed on the pic above will build in later Thursday night into Friday & set the stage for a nice, albeit still cool & breezy, end to the week & start to Lilac Festival! 

Mother's Day weekend is still looking mainly dry, but there will most likely be more in the way of clouds building in during the day Saturday, & probably even more so on mom's day itself.  A weakening cold front will slide through later Saturday/early Saturday night with a slight risk for a passing shower/storm or two.  Unfortunately, since the front looks as though it's going to possibly stall just to the south & east Saturday night/early Sunday, we will have to keep the risk for a few scattered showers in the forecast to end the weekend, but again much of the weekend should be cooperative for your outdoor plans with mom.  Stay tuned to News 8 throughout the rest of the week for any changes to that weekend forecast.  

Have a nice day everyone!

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