TONIGHT: Showers and t-storms are likely and could produce heavy rain. We'll stay humid and mild overnight, with lows only dipping into the mid 60s.
THURSDAY: A few t-storms are possible in the morning but more likely in the afternoon. A line of storms is expected to move in from the west by late afternoon heading east through early evening. Damaging wind is the primary threat with these storms along with some large hail and a very low tornado threat. High temperatures will reach into the upper 70s, falling Thursday night into the 50s.
EXTENDED: The storms are expected to move out by midnight Thursday night with clearing skies and falling temperatures to the low 50s by Friday morning. High temperatures will only reach near 60 Friday with a slight shower chance in the afternoon. Friday night will be chilly with lows falling to near 40. The weekend will stay dry with highs in the low 60s Saturday and near 70 Sunday. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack.