Warm front will approach tomorrow with increasing clouds, but still low humidity.
Wave of elevated storms likely Thursday night-Friday morning with isolated hail risk. It will become muggy with lows 65-69 as warm front pushes northward with time.
Surface-based storm risk generally in the Friday afternoon-early evening time frame after any morning showers/storms depart.
Severe weather is possible with the main threat being wind, though some isolated tornado risk may be with us, along with isolated large hail. This hail risk will be dependent upon how quickly the storms become linear.
Localized flash flooding is possible with some areas getting a quick +2" rainfall.
It will be a breezy, muggy day overall with highs 81-86. Dew points will rise to 72-75, leading to heat indices of 86-95.
Saturday should feature lots of clouds with some sun & a scattered of showers & t'showers through the day, especially at peak heating in the afternoon-early evening. With breezy conditions, highs will run in the 70s (75-79)