Good morning, it is Thursday, Sept. 20.
There is some patchy fog this morning, but nothing too heavy. It’s going to be hot and humid for one more day.
Lisa Michaels says the feels like temperatures will be in the mid-to-upper 90s. There is a small chance we could see a pop-up storm or two this afternoon.
A cold front will move in to the Heartland overnight. That will bring us rain. We might even see rain during tomorrow morning’s Breakfast show.
The rain will linger for several days meaning a rainy weekend and a rainy start to the work week.
The front will also bring cooler temperatures. Highs will only get into the mid-70s for the weekend.
We might even need a sweater or jacket for the evenings. Overnight lows could dip to the 60s.
Those temps will stick around through the weekend and into next week, as well.
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