There are plenty of clouds out there to start our morning and these clouds will generally stick around throughout the rest of the day.
Temperatures remain seasonally cool this afternoon with afternoon high’s in the 60s and towards the eastern plains; highs will be in the 70s.
Once again, rain showers and despite the cooler temperatures, even an isolated thunderstorm is possible and will track from southwest to the northeast this afternoon and evening.
Snow is once again a possibility in the higher terrains.
Cool overnight lows combined with clearing skies Friday morning will make way for the possibility of frost.
Otherwise, we will see mostly dry conditions to end our work week, with temperatures in the afternoon still sticking around in the 60s.
Saturday, a weak warm front approaches slightly warming us up, having temperatures rise back into the 70s in some areas.
The next chance for precipitation looks to be moving in on Sunday.
-StormTracker Meteorologist Kasey Herman