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Chris Bailey's Forecast | A typical summer weekend ahead

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Published: May. 17, 2019 at 2:39 PM EDT
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It’s a true summer air mass rolling into the region and it’s going to hang around for a while. This steamy air will be accompanied by a few showers and thunderstorms going up. It’s a pattern threatening to lock in for the next 2 weeks before going back to cool again.

A corridor of thunderstorms will be working across the Ohio Valley tonight, but much of the action is to our north.

The steamy numbers continue into Saturday with a few storms going up during the afternoon. Highs are in the middle 80s.

A cold front in the plains slowly heads our way on Sunday. That brings a broken line of showers and strong storms from west to east across the state. The very warm setup continues through next week, with another front making a run at us by the middle of the week. That should bring another chance for big boomers.

Steamy temps and scattered storms will be noted across our part of the world.

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