What you need to know April 17

What you need to know April 17
Heartland News viewer William Foeste captured this photo of clouds forming a heart shape around the sun near Olive Branch, Ill. (Source: William Foeste/CNews)

(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Wednesday, April 17.

First Alert Forecast

Today starts with temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s.

Lisa Michaels says we’ll have mostly cloudy skies will be in store for the first half of the day with a chance of isolated sprinkles possible.

There is a chance of seeing more sun during the afternoon if the clouds break up. Either way, it will be warm with temps in the mid to upper 70s and breezy once again with gusts that could be as high as 30mph.

It looks like we will have two main rounds tomorrow. Early Thursday morning, a line of rain and t-storms will move through the Heartland. Redevelopment will occur in the afternoon to early evening of rain and t-storms which could have strong winds/heavy rain.

Rain will likely stick around in southeastern/ eastern counties during Thursday night and into Friday morning.

This weekend is looking to be dry and sunny with temperatures warming up into the mid to upper 70s by Sunday afternoon

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