Rounds of thunderstorms, focus turns to Tuesday night

Scattered storms are likely Monday evening, the overall severe threat is rather low, a downpour and small hail are the likely worst threats. The most widespread rain is expected around 8:00 PM. 

Tuesday is a hot day for late May, with highs nearing 90 degrees and the humidity on the rise. This is all fuel for thunderstorms Tuesday night, the storm threat however may not come until after midnight. Timing less favorable for severe weather, strong storms are a possibility but a later arrival will limit potential. There is a chance of a few showers Wednesday, but the impact looks lower. The greatest threat for severe weather, is Tuesday, overnight. 

The weather is dry Thursday and Friday, but the is a chance of rain through the Memorial Day Weekend. 

Tonight: Scattered thunderstorms. Low 64.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, isolated storms possible. Stronger storms overnight. High 88.

Wednesday: Isolated T-showers. High 78.

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