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Storm Team Sunday evening forecast (05/05/2013)

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Posted at 4:37 PM, May 05, 2013
and last updated 2013-05-05 16:37:00-04

Still holding onto some residual moisture on the back end of this nagging low pressure system. We're not seeing as widespread or as persistent of showers, but they will continue to provide light rains for the next couple days, so keep the umbrellas handy. Tonight, after a secondary cold front passes, our temperatures get knocked back into the upper 40s. So the start of your work week will be a little chilly. By the time you are getting the kids back from the bus stop, we will see highs in the mid 70s. This is still unseasonably cool, but considering that our summertime highs usually get into the 90s, consider this a final taste of mild air. Hit and miss showers will persist on Monday and Tuesday. Tuesday morning we will see a slight uptick in the temperature department, only falling to the low 50s. By the afternoon we'll be in the upper 70s. Wednesday the rain chances fall to 0% and the heat continues. Highs rebound to the low 80s. On Thursday, an afternoon storm cannot be ruled out, though the threat is minimal. Highs in the mid 80s. Upper 80s by the start of your weekend on Friday with mostly sunny skies persisting. Similar conditions on Saturday and Sunday when it comes to your temperatures though another frontal system looks to approach by Sunday so scattered rainfall is possible to end your weekend. Make it a great week!