First Alert: Summer in October to end soon
(KFVS) - Today is looking like the warmest day for the rest of the year.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says things are expected to turn much cooler for the end of the week and into the weekend. A cold front will arrive on Wednesday bringing the chance for scattered showers and possible thunderstorms Wednesday evening into Thursday.
We’ll likely see showers or patchy rain, with embedded thunderstorms possible. The outlook for severe storms looks low.
The rain will stick around all day Thursday helping to keep those temperatures in the mid-70s with evenings seeing the 50s.
We will start to see autumn weather arrive through the weekend as afternoon temperatures are expected to stay in the mid-60s and evenings will become quite chilly with some 30s across the area Saturday evening.
Frost is a possibility, depending on winds Saturday night.
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