Overnight, expect spotty showers and clouds to continue to linger across the viewing area. Temperatures will fall into the low/mid 40s, some spots might fall into the upper 30s.
Thursday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, with spotty showers possible due to a stalled frontal boundary to our south. Temperatures will stay mild Thursday, with highs in the mid/upper 60s, with a few lower 70s possible.
Spotty showers will become more widespread into Thursday evening, as a warm front will lift north through our viewing area.
A cold front will push through our viewing area Thursday night into early Friday morning. With this cold front will come the possibility of isolated severe storms.
The Storm Prediction Center has a marginal risk of severe weather for our viewing area Thursday. This is mainly because of the storms that will push through overnight Thursday into early Friday morning. The line of storms looks to impact our viewing area between MIDNIGHT-5AM.
The main threats look to be GUSTY WINDS and SMALLER HAIL embedded in some of the more severe storms. These storms will bring the possibility of torrential downpours as well, but the threat of flash flooding still remains low. We do have a marginal risk for excessive rainfall, however, the speed of this system will limit the flash flood threat. In addition, the tornado threat also remains very low.
We look to dry out by Friday afternoon and evening, temperatures will be around the mid/upper 50s, with more northwesterly flow. Saturday brings the possibility of more rain showers through the afternoon and evening, temperatures will remain around the low/mid 50s.
Saturday night into Sunday morning, showers will linger. We could even see a mix of rain and snow showers along the higher elevations. Most models dry us out by Sunday afternoon, but temperatures will take a dip into the upper 40s/lower 50s. We will become mild again by early next week, but stay pretty unsettled. Stay tuned!