(KFVS) - Good morning, it is Thursday, May 16.
Fog will be present this morning across the Heartland.
Lisa Michaels says some low lying areas could see dense fog. Today will be partly cloudy with more sunshine peeking into our western counties.
Temperatures will be warmer, reaching into the mid-80s with humid conditions.
Above average temperatures, in the mid to upper 80s, and humid conditions will persist into the weekend.
We will be watching the chance for some strong to severe storms that may impact your weekend plans on Sunday.
Additional storms are in the forecast next week.
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