FORECAST: Warmer weather returns, weekend storm chances

Afternoon highs will struggle into the 60's


Clouds exit tonight as low pressure moves away from Kentuckiana. A warm front develops Friday, ushering in abruptly warmer temperatures by afternoon. Highs will bounce back into the low/mid 80s by tomorrow evening! We will keep our eye on any storms firing up to our northwest tomorrow evening that may skirt the viewing area overnight into very early Saturday morning. Some dry time Saturday afternoon along with high humidity will make for highs in the 80s – that could feel like near 90. As strong instability develops, a disturbance will move across the area Saturday night into Sunday sparking rounds of showers and storms. It is possible that severe weather could occur within some of this activity, along with the threat of flash flooding. Quieter weather returns with less humidity for Memorial Day. That nice weather extends for the middle of next week.

TONIGHT: A few clouds and pleasant.  Low: 58.  Wind: SW 5-10 mph. 

FRIDAY: Partly sunny and warmer.  High: 84. Wind: SW 5-15 mph.

SATURDAY: Warm and humid with isolated daytime storms -- better chances at night. High 86.

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