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(WGHP) — The Friday morning commute could be a little tricky with showers and thunderstorms.

The severe threat will continue along with the chance for some flash flooding. The strong to severe thunderstorms will be east of the Triad by early Friday afternoon. Look for some peaks of sun with highs in the upper 70s.

The Memorial Day Holiday weekend looks fantastic. Sunny skies with highs climbing into the middle 80s by Memorial Day Monday.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be sunny with highs around 90 degrees.

Thursday will be partly cloudy with highs around 90 degrees. 

Van Denton’s Hour-by-Hour Forecast

6 a.m. to 8 a.m. — Activity picks up in the mountains and foothills. Begins to spread toward the Triad.

10 a.m. to noon — Activity reaches the Triad. As this weather moves east, it should get progressively stronger as the temps start to climb. 

By 1 p.m. — Activity should exit the eastern areas through Alamance County.

Friday afternoon, there may still be a few stray showers or storms, but more limited activity behind this main line.