Today is one of those April days when rain chances over all are less than 50 percent but atmospheric conditions are such that if thunderstorms develop this afternoon they may quickly become severe, producing very large hail and high winds. Tornadoes are not likely but can't be ruled out. Once our winds become westerly late this afternoon, the severe weather risk with come to an end and move east.
A cold front will come through this evening turning our winds northerly. We'll wake up to morrow morning to temperatures in the upper 40s. Saturday will not be warm with gusty north winds, clouds and temperatures in the 50s through early afternoon.
John Cameron, First Alert Meteorologist