The National Weather Service has advised that a cold front is to move into our region Friday, bringing with it an area of low pressure and destabilized air that will give rise to heavy rain and possible thunderstorms beginning tonight (Thursday, May 11). Storm chances increase over the day tomorrow (Friday, May 12), with rain chances climbing from 70% tonight to 100% throughout the day tomorrow. Storm activity will likely be at its peak tomorrow during the day, with rain tapering into the night. Skies should clear by mid-day Saturday, when high temperatures will be lower than the past few days—only reaching the mid-60s to low-70s. Skies should remain clear for the remainder of the weekend into early next week, with highs gradually increasing into the mid- to high 70’s and low 80s.