An active weather weekend begins today
An active weather weekend starts today. Most of this morning should remain quiet as clouds move in. Showers should start from west to east around noon at the earliest and persist through much of the afternoon. Some rumbles of thunder are possible too. Highs top out in the low 50s and continue to slowly climb overnight.
Scattered showers are still possible Saturday night into Sunday morning, but strong/severe storms should fire up in the afternoon. 3 to 9 pm continues to be the best window for the worst weather. Main threats look to be heavy rain/flash flooding, hail, and even tornadoes in the afternoon, transitioning to a damaging wind threat from late afternoon into the evening. All activity should push out by 2 am Monday at the latest. The work week looks much calmer with highs cooling into the 40s.
Today: Cloudy with afternoon showers. High of 51.
Tonight: Cloudy with scattered showers. Areas of fog developing. Low of 51, with temps warming into the mid 50s by morning.
Sunday: AM showers and fog, PM strong/severe storms. High of 63.
Monday: Mostly cloudy skies, slight chance of a PM shower. Highs in the upper 40s.