Still unsettled, but some dry time too… severe threat not until this evening!

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We start the morning with spotty showers, but thankfully there are no severe storms or heavy pockets of rain. Most of the morning and afternoon will provide some dry time, with some counties not getting a drop all day! Any severe threat will not happen until late afternoon and into the early evening. For now, it appears the greatest threat may occur in our northern 1/3 of the state. Highs today will range in the upper 70s with some sunshine peeking through at times.

Shower chances linger into Friday morning before drying out! A slight drop in dew points tomorrow and additional sunshine should make for a better end to an active workweek.

Clouds and storms will be back in on Saturday afternoon and evening, so some outdoor plans will be impacted. Sunday looks much better (after a morning shower) and will begin a dry stretch that should take us into Wednesday afternoon. A MUCH NEEDED BREAK and less humid!

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