Staying quiet today, severe storm threat overnight

Storms from last night have moved out, excess moisture could produce some patchy fog this morning. Temperatures start warm in the 60s with highs rising into the upper 80s again this afternoon. Expect partly cloudy and dry skies - the calm before strong to severe storms arrive overnight.

A line of thunderstorms developing off to our west this afternoon moves in after 12:00 AM with the greatest risk for severe weather in the early morning hours, wrapping up by ~6:00 AM tomorrow morning. The severity of this line will depend on how well the line holds together/maintains strength as it moves into the region, especially with the timing of storm arrival making severe weather less favorable. The main concern will be damaging winds with gusts potentially exceeding 60 mph. Hail will also be possible within the stronger storms in the line, our risk for an isolated tornado is low but non-zero.

We could see a few scattered showers or isolated storms Wednesday, but the threat is lower, we're dry again Thursday with sunshine returning. Memorial Day Weekend has the potential for more rain and storms.

Today: Partly cloudy. High 88.
Tonight: Thunderstorms, severe threat. Low 68.
Wednesday: Isolated thunderstorms. High 78.
Thursday: Sunny. High 80.

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