Lows overnight dropped to 36-44. Temperatures as of 12 p.m. are 60-65 with brisk east-southeast wind 15-25 mph.
Clouds will continue to increase today.
A few showers/t'showers are possible with time tonight after an isolated shower or two by evening.
Late morning to midday/early afternoon, a wave of showers & t'storms is likely.
An isolated severe hailer is possible.
Lows will only drop to the 50s tonight.
A break should ensue the rest of the afternoon & through evening with some sunshine, strong southwest winds & warm, humid conditions. Temperatures should reach 75-81.
Severe storms northwest & west of the area should form a line & that line should pass the viewing area in the 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. time frame.
Wind threat is some damaging wind gusts.
Much of the viewing area is under a SLIGHT RISK of severe weather for Thursday night.
A few scattered showers & t'storms are possible Friday with highs in the 71-78 range.
An isolated severe t'storm is possible (northern edge of MARGINAL RISK parameters).
Saturday looks dry until showers & t'storms move in during the evening to overnight hours.
An isolated severe t'storm or two is possible overnight (MARGINAL RISK parameters).
Highs Saturday will run 75-80.
After showers/t'storms Sunday morning, a lull is possible with windy, humid, warm weather with some sun.
It then appears a line of t'storms may form with the cold front.
A few severe t'storms are possible (parameters look SLIGHT at the moment).
Highs of 78-82 are possible.
1.50-3.50" total rainfall is possible this evening through Sunday.
Monday look mostly sunny & cooler with highs 67-74 with lows in the 50s.
We do look dry Monday-Saturday of next week with very warm to hot weather moving in.
Winds will become strong from the southwest & highs may reach 87-91 by late next week with lows 65-71.
T'Storms & severe weather risk will likely return around May 25.
The heat will be impressive.
These are midday temperatures next Friday as we head for 87-91 over the area. At that time we are projected to already be at 82-85.