Scattered light showers will slowly track east throughout the morning hours. We’ll likely see a break in the rain and some sunshine around midday, allowing temperatures to climb to around 80°. Similar to yesterday, another round of scattered storms will develop this afternoon. No severe weather, but a few stronger storms may contain heavy rain, frequent lightning, gusty winds, and small hail.
Storms will quickly fade after sunset. If the clouds break up tonight, we’ll have to monitor fog formation for Wednesday morning. The middle of the week looks drier and warm, in the low to mid 80s, but a few pop-up afternoon storms remain possible each day.
A stronger storm system takes shape this weekend. We could start off Saturday morning with a round of rain and storms before the atmosphere becomes unstable throughout the afternoon hours. Severe storms could develop by Saturday evening and last overnight into Sunday morning.
Check back for updates as we narrow down the timing and threats. Sunday will stay cloudy, with lingering showers, and cooler. Highs will only be around 70°.
Meteorologist Lauren Jones
WAFF 48 First Alert Weather