What you need to know May 8

First Alert Weather: What to expect 5/8

(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Tuesday, May 8.

First Alert Forecast

You might need a light jacket this morning because temperatures could dip down into the 40s and 50s. Laura Wibbenmeyer says today will be dry and high temps will be in the 70s. It will be very similar to yesterday.

We're still watching for severe weather on Wednesday. Damaging winds are the primary threat. Isolated hail could be possible with some of the stronger storms. We'll have scattered storms in the morning and another round of storms in the afternoon.

We'll have a warm and muggy weekend. We could see scattered storms on Mother's day. The feels-like temperatures could be in the 90s this weekend, especially on Friday and Saturday.

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