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Sloppy end to the weekend

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While the days of February tick away the forecast is starting to resemble one of late May and early June as we remain on the warm, muggy side of a front that has stalled just north of Louisiana. 

Friday will see a sprinkling of a few pop-up showers and maybe even a few thunderstorms during the lunch hour, but it won't be blanketing rain at all and should be fairly short-lived. 

The humidity will stick around much longer, however, with a distinct stick to the air reminiscent of early June afternoons, with temperatures topping out in the low 80s. 

That atmospheric moisture will likely lend its way to some fog development late Friday night and into early Saturday morning, before an almost carbon copy of the forecast to start the weekend. 

Saturday will be similar to Friday but with a decent chance of severe weather to our north, we will need to be on the lookout for a stray severe thunderstorm or two through the day. 

Sunday will be a bit more active with showers and storms starting early in the morning as the front finally moves through which will lead to a slight cool down and showers lasting through the day. 

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