Two storm systems to have impacts on the Valley Sunday

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A more widespread round of rain and thunderstorms is expected, with some locally heavy rainfall possible through parts of the morning commute tomorrow. Overnight lows in the week ahead will mainly be in the low to mid 60s.

It will be a mild and dry start to the weekend with highs in the middle 70s on Saturday.

The second half of the week will be a different story. Storms will initiate over northeast Wyoming and the Black Hills, then move east over the plains during the afternoon and evening.

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Any isolated showers or storms that developed during the evening will clear out. However, it will also be hot! The risk of strong storms, capable of producing damaging wind gusts, is highest in the shaded areas of yellow and brown below. If any severe weather watches or warnings are issued, we've got you covered! Highs climb into the upper 70's and low 80's before thermometers soar into the mid 80's next week. With temps away from the immediate coast running in the lower to middle 80s, once again summery weather was upon us. Highs both Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the upper 80s with partly cloudy skies. This time, we see one more batch of showers and a few isolated storms developing with another push of cool, dry air Monday afternoon.

We'll have a chance for t-storms late Sunday.