The latest high-resolution model runs show that much of the day on Thursday looks to be dry but rain chances will start to creep up during the early afternoon hours. While a shower is not likely before weigh-ins are complete, there will be a very small chance. Nevertheless, it will be a warm and muggy day on the river with plenty of wind. We'll start off the fishing day with cloudy skies and in the mid-60s and end up with a daytime high in the mid-80s just before the boats pull in to dock. Dewpoints will be in the mid-60s throughout the fishing day and winds will be out of the south at 10-20 MPH with gusts up to 30 MPH possible. The chance of rain is only 20%.
HEADS UP FOR THURSDAY NIGHT