A storm complex will affect our region again today. Expect scattered storms to pick up during the afternoon hours. Damaging winds, flooding and lightning are the main concerns as these storms roll through.
Starting off the work week like we did was extremely nice! Tuesday will feel similar as highs rise to the lower to mid 70s. Clouds will be on the increase ahead of our next system, which could throw off an isolated shower or two during the day. Most will stay dry with partly cloudy skies. The rain moves in overnight and into Wednesday along with the front. The possibility of seeing severe weather with this system is virtually zero, but a few rumbles of thunder are not out of the question. Everyone will have a chance at seeing rain. .1"-.5" is expected, so overall concerns with this front are minimal. As this front moves through on Wednesday we will see a drastic change in temperatures. Tomorrow will be one of those days where you wake up to mild temperatures and finish with chilly air. Highs during the afternoon set to be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Thursday and Friday look to produce more sunshine with highs in the 50s and 60s. Another system is poised to affect our area during the weekend. This appears to be a slow mover and overall confidence is low. Just keep in mind that there is a chance of rain for both Saturday and Sunday.
Meteorologist Micah Harris