(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Wednesday, May 15.
We’re waking up to a stormy morning.
Lisa Michaels says the storms will bring heavy rain, frequent lightning, gusty winds, and the chance of small hail. These are looking to be non-severe.
Mostly cloudy skies through the rest of the day with a chance of isolated strong storms that may re-develop during the afternoon.
If storms do develop, the main impacts would be strong winds and hail. High temperatures today will be in the 70s.
The end of the week will be dry but very warm and humid. We are tracking the chance of strong to severe storms on Sunday.
A stormy set up looks to be in the forecast for the beginning of next week.
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