Rounds of storms to end June

Good Friday, everyone. The month of June has been a wet one across our region, and we are sending it out on a stormy note. Rounds of showers and storms are out there and will continue into the first few days of July.

Friday’s storms will be scattered, but a greater concentration will be possible in the evening. That’s when a cold front approaches from the northwest. Here are your Friday radar tracking tools:

A cold front moves in Saturday and brings additional rounds of showers and storms our way. Some of these could be on the strong side. Here’s the latest severe weather outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:

Isolated storms will be noted on Sunday, with seasonal temps in the low and middle 80s.

Additional storms will try to fire up as we inch closer to the Fourth of July and then continue into much of next week:

Any storm that comes along this weekend into next week could produce heavy rain and could be a bit on the strong side. It’s not going to rain all the time by any means, but there’s a chance for Mother Nature to have the final say in those outdoor holiday plans.

Have a great Friday and take care.

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