Marginal risk for severe weather for Thursday

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Tonight: Clouds will move into the area as well as some chances for rain. Winds will stay calm out of the South Southeast at around 5-10 mph. Temperatures will drop to around 61 degrees.

Tomorrow: Rain chances become more widespread as we move into tomorrow. There will be a possibility for some thunder. There is a marginal risk for severe weather in our area for tomorrow. Temperatures will stay in the upper 60s throughout most of the day. Winds will start to increase as the rain moves into the area tomorrow. Gusts will possibly reach 30 mph in some areas. Moving into the evening, the rain will move out of the area. Skies will remain mostly cloudy.

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7-Day Forecast: Today and tomorrow we will experience above average temperatures. Rain will make its way out of the area by tomorrow night leaving us with some clear skies for our Friday. Friday will be breezy and Saturday rain chances return with temperatures dropping into the 60s. Temperatures become more average for this year as we make our way into next week. Skies clear as Tuesday and Wednesday approach.

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---Weather Forecaster Rachel Stinger

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