We will keep the chance for showers in the forecast through the rest of the afternoon. A cold front is forecast to move into the area by the evening, bringing a chance of thunderstorms. Some of the T-Storms could produce damaging winds, hail, and frequent lightning. Isolated tornadoes are also possible. The storm prediction center has placed the NW corner of the state in the moderate risk and has now been expanded south to included the North Metro area. There will be the potential for hail, strong winds and isolated tornados. The threat will last through Saturday morning.
Skies should clear by Saturday mid-morning, but we will cool down behind the front. Temps on Saturday will in the low 60s. Remains dry over the weekend and the beginning of next week.