Crews survey storm damage at Sunoco in Park Layne in Clark County on Friday. An F-1 tornado hit the area Wednesday night. MARSHALL GORBY/ STAFF

Memorial Day weekend forecast: After tornadoes, storms could return

After a tornado outbreak last night, there’s a possibility severe storms could return this Memorial Day weekend.

Wednesday night’s storms brought considerable damage to the Miami Valley.

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Here’s a look at the latest Storm Center 7 forecast:

Tonight: Clouds will break into the night. Some patchy fog will be possible late. Temperatures will fall into the middle 50s by morning.

WATCH: 6 videos that show the intense Wednesday storms

Friday: The day will begin dry with pleasant conditions. Highs will reach the middle 70s with some sunshine early. Scattered storms will develop toward late evening and continue into Friday night. A few storms could be strong as they arrive before weakening late Friday night.

DEVELOPING NEWS: 3 tornadoes confirmed in Miami Valley; businesses closed

Saturday: Most areas should be dry in the morning, but isolated storms could be triggered in the afternoon. Scattered showers and storms could develop into the evening. Some storms could be strong or severe. Highs will be in the 80s with muggy conditions.

Sunday: Scattered showers and storms move through the first half of the day. A few storms could be strong, possibly severe. The eastern Miami Valley may still have a few storms around late afternoon. The area dries out into the night. Daytime highs will be around 80 with still-muggy conditions.

PHOTOS: Aftermath of destructive storms, tornadoes

Monday: At least some portion of Memorial Day should be dry, though another front will approach that could trigger a few showers or storms in the evening and into the night. Highs will reach the middle 70s with sunshine and scattered clouds.

Tuesday: Expect a mix of sun and clouds with a passing shower possible. Highs in the middle 70s.

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