A thunderstorm could put a damper on area residents enjoyment of tomorrow’s warm temperatures, according to National Weather Service reports.

The area is expected to see drizzle and dense fog in the morning with possible thunderstorms throughout the day, meteorologist Mitchell Gaines said. The storm could produce winds of 15 to 20 mph with speedier gusts. Minor flooding is also possible in areas with poor drainage. Temperatures are expected to rise into the low 60s but will likely drop to the upper 20s at night.

Braden Campbell

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