Tonight: Passing storms still remain possible. Temperatures in the 70s.
Wednesday: One round of storms expected early Wednesday before a lull in the rain during the second half of the day. Another round of storms is expected late Wednesday and into early Thursday as a cold front begins to move in. We will need to watch for very heavy rain, which can lead to some flooding issues. A couple of storms could turn strong to severe. Damaging wind and hail are the main concerns, should any storm turn severe, but a tornado or two cannot be ruled out.
Thursday: Cold front will pass by Thursday, but scattered storms are still possible until the front clears the area. Rain coverage will be lower than Wednesday. Highs will be in the mid 80s. Overnight temperatures near 60 degrees.
Friday & Weekend: It won’t be as humid on Friday and Saturday, but still hot during the afternoon. High temperatures back to around 90 degrees.
Memorial Day & Tuesday: An isolated storm will be possible, but most stay dry and hot. High near 92 degrees.