An isolated shower or storm remains possible tonight but in this unsettled pattern, the greatest coverage of storms is during the daytime hours. Tonight will stay warm and humid with lows in the upper 60s.
We'll likely start Wednesday mostly dry, but rain and storms will develop throughout the day. Highs, with a mix of sun and clouds, will be in the mid 80s. Thursday brings more of the same with fairly widespread storms. Neither day looks like a total washout, but we will see greater storm coverage on both afternoons compared to today. Our overall severe threat is low each day, but a few stronger storms could produce gusty winds and hail along with heavy downpours and frequent lightning.
Heading into the holiday weekend, storm chances go down, but don't go away completely. Scattered afternoon storms, typical of summer-time in the Valley, remain possible.
I wouldn't change any plans right now, but have the WAFF Weather App with lightning and severe weather alerts handy in case you need to seek shelter from a storm for an hour or two.
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