Today: Today will be the wettest day yet with widespread showers and thunderstorms and highs in the low-80s. Heavy rain is expected in many of the thunderstorms on Wednesday with plenty of flooding risks. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is issued for noon today through noon Thursday. 2 strong lines of storms will push through. One around lunch time, the second late tonight into the early morning hours tomorrow. Storm totals could be around 3-5 inches with locally higher totals possible. This is on top of already very saturated soils, exacerbating the flood risks. Clear the storm drains in your neighborhood and always turn around if you encounter a flooded roadway. There will also be a risk for severe weather with these storms. It’s a small risk, but not negligible. Mainly damaging winds and hail, if anything. 

Thursday: Dry weather settles in after the early morning hours, with sunshine returning later in the day. Temperatures will be quite nice with highs in the low-80s. 

Memorial Day Weekend: We continue to dry out over the weekend with highs back in the 90s by Sunday. We keep the sunshine with us into Memorial Day with a high of 92 degrees. It will be a great time for an outdoor bbq or a pool party!  

Tuesday: It remains warm Tuesday with highs in the low-90s, but clouds will increase with isolated showers chances returning in the forecast on Tuesday.