Few storms possible Thursday, some could be strong to severe


After a gray morning with a few sprinkles and pockets of drizzle, a passing disturbance could spark up scattered storms by Thursday afternoon and evening. Minus a lingering storm on Friday, a drier stretch of weather takes over in the days ahead as temperatures quickly heat up. Here’s the latest:


  • Scattered rain & a few storms will be possible Thursday afternoon and evening
  • A few storms could be strong/severe, with hail and strong winds being the main concerns to monitor
  • A lingering, stray storm or two possible Friday
  • Turning dry and hot this weekend and next week — highs in the upper 90s by Saturday


  • A few showers develop by lunchtime, followed by a scattered storm chance in the afternoon and evening
  • Should a storm develop, it could become strong/severe, capable of hail and strong winds
  • Not everyone sees a storm, but something to watch!
  • Highs in the mid-80s
Scattered showers/a few storms possible this afternoon and evening


  • An isolated, lingering storm or two possible Friday, with some clearing during the afternoon
  • Highs in the upper 80s/near 90 degrees


  • A high pressure system approaches, allowing highs to quickly warm up as rain chances come down
  • Upper 90s expected this weekend and even into next week
  • Factor in the humidity, and heat indices could climb into the triple digits at times (especially next week) 🥵
A few storms possible Thursday, then clearing out and warming up quickly this weekend