Quiet, hot first half of today; storms this evening

The work week starts hot as temperatures warm into the upper 80s today. Expect to stay dry with partly cloudy skies through most of the day, but storms move in this evening around 6 PM. This first round of storms brings an isolated severe threat, some storms could become stronger with the main concerns being downpours and possible hail. The main line is gone by midnight, scattered thunderstorms last overnight. Tomorrow is hot again and should stay dry for the most part with partly cloudy skies, but a few isolated storms are possible, mainly in the afternoon. More storms are heading our way tomorrow night, starting after midnight. This second round leading into Wednesday morning carries the greatest severe threat with the main concerns being damaging winds and flooding. Wednesday afternoon/evening brings more scattered thunderstorms with a non-zero severe threat, but at this time, the threat looks to stay low. We're drying out with sunshine and highs in the 70s returning Thursday.

Today: Partly cloudy. Evening storms. High 88.
Tonight: Scattered thunderstorms. Low 66.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, isolated storms possible. Stronger storms overnight. High 88.
Wednesday: Scattered thunderstorms. High 80.

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