Very Warm Today, but Storms on Sunday

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For the rest of the week through Friday, temperatures are predicted to bounce around between the high 20s and the low 40s, with a chance of either rain or snow forecast for each day.

The strongest storms should roll in after 12AM.lingering through around 7AM as the cold front crosses. Things will really cool off Sunday with a high of just 57 degrees to be accompanied by the rain.

The anticipated high for Friday in Modesto is near 71 degrees - a good jump from Thursday's peak temperature of 63.

Monday offers little in the way of relief, with heavy rains expected for much of the day. We'll have more clouds this afternoon but plenty of sun to enjoy before then. A cold front will approach on Sunday morning and winds will increase. Look for a few scattered snow showers throughout the day on Saturday. Although no record highs were broken, temperatures soared past 80 degrees with plenty of nearly early summer-like sunshine, a welcome sight and feel in a spring where reaching 60 degrees has been a challenge. Cool temperatures in the beginning of the week will give way to a warming trend midweek through the end of the work week. WIND ADVISORY for Saturday as winds could gust as high as 45 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour along lakefront.

Early Saturday morning will be quite mild with most spots in the 50s.

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Occasional evening rain and drizzle is predicted for Sunday night, along with occasional evening rain and drizzle and heavy rain late into the night.

"SNOWFALL I don't look for a lot of snow, but we could wake up Monday morning to a dusting to 1" of snow on grassy areas early Monday. New snow accumulations of about one inch are possible, the weather service said.

Thunderstorms are likely across northern Iowa and southern Minnesota as well, but the threat for widespread severe weather is not anticipated.

DILLON: Low: 28, High: 50.