Warmer temps moving into FLX

The weather over the next few days will be rather complex, and the forecast confidence is below normal as a result.A warm front, shown as the red line on this map, will be moving north over the next 24-36 hours. The exact position of the front at different times will ultimately determine our temperatures and chances for precipitation.Today, we should escape most of the rain, despite an intimidating radar to our west this morning. The rain and thunder that stretch from Ohio to Wisconsin should dive to our south as it moves parallel to the warm front. We will however see a fair amount of clouds from this batch of precipitation during the day today.Overnight, as the front continues to march towards us tonight, our chances for rain and thunder will go up. There could even be a little hail in some of the stronger storms overnight, but it would most likely be small and very isolated. It looks as if most of the rain may push out by late morning on Thursday, allowing for the warmer weather to come in. Temperatures are still quite uncertain on Thursday, but I feel like, if anything, they will be warmer than cooler with some places hitting 70º.Additional chances for thunderstorms will be present on Friday and especially Saturday. The warmest dya of the week looks like Friday, with highs well into the 70s. Everything clears out by Mother’s Day, leaving the moms with sunny skies and highs just above 70º.

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