Clouds and rain will linger a bit longer into tonight before moving out of the area completely. There will a break from the rain and thunderstorms on Friday with a little clearing, but not much in the way of sunshine. Temps will be warmer though with a southerly breeze and plenty of moisture making it feel more humid.
Next will be the opportunity for strong to severe thunderstorms. There will be a wave that moves through the area on Friday night after midnight and into Saturday. That will bring us a good shot at thunderstorms, some of which could reach severe criteria, but the best potential will be in our southern counties. There is going to be another wave of storms that will move into our state on early Sunday morning. This second will bring a more significant chance of storms with severe elements, including the threat for tornadoes.
The rain will linger, into early on Monday and temps will be a bit cooler as we start to clear out for the rest of the afternoon and Tuesday looks dry, but nothing very cold anytime soon.
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