(KSLA) - Friday will be another hot day with temperatures near record highs. Temperatures will come down this weekend as a cold front cools moves through. There will be a chance for a few stronger storms Saturday.
Tonight, it will remain warm. Clouds will return by morning with temperatures starting off very mild in the upper 60s.
Friday will be similar to Thursday. Clouds in the morning will give way to mostly sunny conditions by afternoon. Temperatures will once again be near record warmth and get to the upper 80s. Some places will reach the lower 90s!
Rain and storms return Saturday as a cold front arrives. A few storms could be strong, but widespread severe weather isn’t expected. Damaging winds and hail are the greatest threats. Showers are possible for some before noon with storms flaring up during the afternoon hours. Rain will come to an end during the nighttime hours. Temperatures Saturday will come down slightly, but still top out in the mid 70s.
Dry weather is back on Sunday with a mix of clouds and sunshine expected. After a cool start around 50 we’ll see temperatures bounce back into the mid 70s by afternoon.
A quick look ahead to Monday and Tuesday next week show more rain on the return. There will be some heavy rain at times. With the rain, the temperatures will also remain a little cooler. They should stay in the 60s to low 70s both days.
Have a great night!