Thunderstorms and rain expected Thursday along the Front Range

Weekend Forecast: We'll see mostly sunny skies with highs around 90.

Overnight a strong piece of energy passed over southern New England on its journey northward.

Saturday - A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Now the warm front is to our north.

Friday: Sunny and Warmer. The first will push along the OH and IN border and eventually move into the New England area by late Friday morning, the reason for the early morning chance.

There may be enough wet weather to disrupt travel and outdoor activities. While we'll have a break from the rain for a while this morning. It will bring scattered showers and storms on and off starting in the morning and lasting through the day.

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Temperatures should feel like summer warming into the upper 70s to mid 80s. This will create more instability in the atmosphere. Each and every day, the time frame of greatest rain likelihood will be the afternoon through early evening when daytime heating is maximized. Tonight's low will be around 55. Now high pressure becomes a bigger player. So Friday is looking good. Winds will be out of the west. There will be a slight risk of a late day shower or storm. They could be scattered by the evening. Expect highs to reach the mid-80s.

Memorial Day: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 1 p.m.

Those spending time outdoors will need to be mindful of the threat for lightning, especially across the mid-Atlantic. Hopefully, any military ceremonies will be ok on Monday.

Stick with Severe Weather Team 11 for updates to the forecast. The steady rain will taper first over the Finger Lakes and last across the counties east of Lake Ontario. It is the main climate point that we use in Hampton Roads. Also keep the umbrella packed in the "go" bag in case rain develops; our Live Alert 19 app will let you know when rain - and even lightning! - are located near your location. "That puts us 3.20" above average for the year. Then, from 10 A.M. on, we are dry.

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