Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
We look to get most of the storms out of here through the day. We will still have a chance at showers and thunderstorms, but the severity of it doesn't look as great as we had yesterday. The majority of the rain should be before noon with a chance at isolated showers and storms during the afternoon. As the warm front lifts northward tonight, so will the weather. We will be dry and WARM Thursday with highs in the mid 80s under partly cloudy skies.
Early Friday we will see the front move through and this will bring us widespread showers and thunderstorms as the squall line rolls through. This should not be a widespread severe weather event, but an isolated chance at a severe storm can't be ruled out. We will see this roll through during the morning and early afternoon hours before moving out.
Cooler air filters in behind this front for Friday and Saturday with temperatures in the 50s. The weekend does appear to be much nicer with mostly sunny skies and highs jumping to the 60s by Sunday.
Meteorologist Micah Harris