Nice and warmer day ahead; storms tonight, some possibly severe!

We are tracking a few showers up north to start our Tuesday morning. These are drifting slightly to the east and southeast, most of the area will stay dry and any rain chances will last through roughly 8 a.m. There will be plenty of dry time today, and we'll see sunshine as temperatures warm into the lower 80s. Overall, another solid day to be outdoors!

Rain and storms will move in around midnight or just after and could be strong to severe in some locations. This will be primarily an overnight event with the greatest threat remaining from some local wind damage, lightning and pockets of heavier rain.

By tomorrow afternoon, only spotty storms will remain and muggy air will work back in.

Thursday and Friday will bring us a daily shower or storm chance but these will be very limited! Lots of dry time and space will be enjoyed to wrap up the workweek. As we head into the weekend, storm or showers will develop and move in by Saturday mid-afternoon with better chances on Sunday to end the weekend.

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