(7 Day Forecast)

Cinco de Mayo:  Mostly cloudy through the day with a high of 70 degrees.  Winds should remain relatively calm as well.

Friday:  Showers starting around midnight and continuing through the day.  There will be some thunderstorms popping into the forecast starting in the morning.  We are at a 1/5 risk for severe weather in our area with the main concerns being isolated severe storms with gusty winds and possible flooding due to rainfall totals near 1.5″ between Friday and Saturday.  We were at a 2/5 risk the other day to put this into perspective and it should not be like the other day. The river is forecast to rise to 28.8 feet which is in the low end of the action stage.  High of 67.

Saturday:  Showers staying in the forecast through the day. They should start to fall apart and become more scattered through the day, ending that evening.  Some flooding is still possible as the rain continues.  High of 60.

Mother’s Day:  Partly cloudy, high of 67.

Monday: Mostly sunny, high of 74.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, high of 78.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, high of 82.

-WTRF StormTracker 7 Meteorologist Aaron Myler