First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Wednesday morning and early afternoon. A strong line of storms and rain will roll into our area during the morning hours tomorrow. Most of the rain will fall between 7am and 2pm with storms expected during that time frame as well. Expect very gusty winds and rain as the cold front moves through. There is the potential for damaging winds and rotation within the squall line/cold front so it would be wise to make sure your weather radio is on and working since the front comes in early in the day. Expect clearing weather later on Wednesday, but staying windy so a Lake Wind Advisory is in effect from 9am to 6pm Wednesday. Another big cool down is on the way for Wednesday night with possible frost under clear skies early Thursday.
TONIGHT: Cloudy and mild. Low: 58. Wind: SE/S 5-10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy with morning and early afternoon rain and storms. Some storms could become severe with damaging winds and possible rotation. High: 70. Wind: SW 20-25 mph.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear and cold. Low: 36. Wind: W 5-10 mph.
THURSDAY: Sunny and cool. High: 58. Wind: W 5-10 mph.