A cold front continues to push through the heart of our viewing area providing showers and storms across the majority of the viewing area. Storms could still have the potential to produce heavy rainfall throughout the rest of the evening with all the moisture that is still available. The main threat of strong winds is coming down a little, as the heavy rain that some of these scattered showers and storms are producing is becoming a higher weather threat.
As the cold front pushes eastward out of the viewing area, fog and low hanging clouds will be the main story overnight into tomorrow morning with the saturated surfaces and moisture throughout our atmosphere. Expect a very humid night overall.
Tomorrow will be the start of a drying trend with high pressure building in from our west. Clouds will decrease as the day goes into the afternoon hours. A shower can’t be ruled out tomorrow afternoon, but nothing compared to the severe threat we saw today. Morning lows will be in the mid 60s, with highs in the low to mid 80s.