A warm front will lift north across the area this afternoon and evening and interact with remnants from Beta, this will allow for scattered showers and thunderstorms and a few could be strong/severe. Primary risk will be damaging winds but an isolated tornado can not be ruled out especially in our southwestern counties. The best time for a couple of storms to become strong or severe will be after 2 PM through Midnight.
The cold front associated with this system will slide through Friday morning and push any remaining showers and storms to our east. A few lingering showers will be possible Friday afternoon and evening but should not impact any planned activities you may have.
The weekend trending drier with a little more sun on Saturday and highs around average. we’ll add in a chance for a few late showers or storms on Sunday and these will linger into Monday.
Big changes are on the way for the middle of next week as a strong cold front will move through the southeast. Expect showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday with temperatures in the middle 80s, once the front clears we’ll see plenty of sunshine and highs about 10 degrees cooler on Wednesday