Bands of light snow are working across the region. These can put down some light accumulations on the grass and elevated surfaces.
The heat will begin to take a backseat as we start tracking more organized showers and thunderstorms today. Recently, most of our storms have been on the scattered side, but today looks like we'll have plenty around as a front drifts very close to our area. If the set-up around your area includes a frontal boundary, you can count on more storms developing.
Those storm chances will continue through the afternoon and evening hours. While we will likely see more very warm temperatures in our area, we will also have a better chance to stay below 90 degrees. If by some odd chance that we did get to 90 degrees today (I don't think that we will) it would be the 4th straight day.
Looking at the weekend we see more rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Some of these for Friday and Saturday have the potential to be on the strong side. Due to the possibility of some pretty heavy rains, I think flash flooding will also be a concern. Any single one of these clusters of storms will have enough moisture to put down a quick couple of inches. So some folks could see a few inches by the time we get into our weekend.
The rain will continue through next week. More soggy days are coming our way!