TONIGHT: Storms will increase after 9 PM, moving in from the west. The best chance of storms is north of I-70 but they could track as far south as HWY 50. Severe storms are possible with the main threats damaging winds of 60 mph and a smaller threat of large hail. An isolated tornado can't be ruled out. Heavy rain is also possible with 1-2" expected north of I-70 which could lead to flash flooding. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect starting at 7 PM. More on tonight's threats at: http://bit.ly/2bga33I
THURSDAY: Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 80s under partly sunny skies with an increasing chance of storms late in the day and evening. There is a low chance of severe storms with damaging wind.
EXTENDED: The front moves south Thursday bringing another chance of storms through Thursday night, gradually pushing south to near I-44. Friday looks mostly cloudy and cooler with high temperatures in the low 80s and a slight chance of storms mainly near I-44. This front will start to lift back to the north as a warm front Friday night, keeping our rain chances going Saturday with scattered t-storms and high temperatures in the mid 80s. A slight storm chance continues Sunday with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.