We still have that pesky stationary front in the region, with waves of low pressure that continue to move through right along that boundary:
That low is kicking off a decent cluster of thunderstorms well off to our west, but it’s heading our way:
We expect this to move into the area during the late morning/early afternoon. The potential will be there for scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day, and some of them could be on the strong side. We are included in an elevated risk for severe weather today:
Here are the main threats from any storm that gets going today:
While wide spread flooding is not expected, some localized flash flooding could occur… so stay weather aware today! It, at least, will be mild, with highs climbing into the mid-70s. Tomorrow will pretty much be a repeat performance, with highs in the 70s and on and off showers and thunderstorms. Thursday will also feature an elevated risk for severe weather, especially late in the day. A cold front comes through early Friday morning, bringing an end to the active weather pattern as we finish the week and head into the weekend!