Morning Weather Friday, 07/11/14

By Robyn King |

Published 07/11 2014 07:51AM

Updated 07/11 2014 07:56AM

Dry weather continues to start our weekend! High pressure controls our skies and begins to move eastward. Humidity returns as winds shift out southeast this afternoon. Milder temps in the mid 80's as a warm front slowly lifts toward us. Rain chances stay very low first half of our weekend. Tomorrow looks muddy with high 87. Saturday isolated showers/storms are possible, but there will be plenty of dry hours mixed in. We will have a low 73 Saturday night. Low pressure system with a cold front inches closer on Sunday. So we increase the chance of widespread showers/storms Sunday afternoon/night. Storm Prediction Center issues a "slight risk" for Sunday, primary threat: damaging winds. Just keep an eye of the sky Sunday afternoon! Monday rain chances stick around until the cold front swings through Monday night. Then a secondary cold front passes by Tuesday. Midweek temps will reach mid 70's! This is about 15 degrees COOLER than our average!!

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