Line/bow of storms with torrential rainfall is likely as this MCS moves through (MCS is an organized complex of rain & storms).
40 to 50 knots of effective shear with +50 knot low-level jet & a noted 70- to 90-knot 500 mb jet streak amidst temperatures 63-67 & dew points 61-65 (preceding the storms result in the severe risk. Surface CAPE will be so-so at 500-1000 J/kg. However, up to 1900 J/kg of elevated CAPE will result in pretty good lightning density with the storms.
It would not surprise me to see the Storm Prediction Center expand the SLIGHT RISK eastward to cover a good chunk of the viewing area.
Wherever you see the black lines in the t'storms, that is where the model indicates severe t'storm threshold being reached.
1-3" of rainfall is likely total by Friday. A chunk of it may fall in the morning storms with a quick 1-1.5" of rainfall.
Friday looks rainy AM, then spotty rain, followed by some clearing late with highs 49-54 & then 32-36 Friday night to Saturday morning.
Weekend still looks good with mostly sunny skies Saturday with 57-63, then partly cloudy Sunday with 68-75 (& breezy from the south-southwest) after morning lows 37-45.
Disturbance riding along warm front may bring few to some scattered showers/storms Monday. An isolated severe storm is possible with highs 68-75.
Tuesday is mostly dry with 77-81.
Showers/storms are likely Wednesday PM with a couple isolated severe storms possible & highs 77-81 with windy conditions from the south-southwest both Tuesday & Wednesday.
Bouts of severe weather risk are with us late April & into May:
Warmth dominates with a tendency for near normal rainfall (though this model is hedging more a bit below now...................let's stick with normal). Normal rainfall for around April 25 to May 7 (12-day period) is around 2.65".