More Severe Storms Possible: Here's When

Very nice Wednesday
Posted at 6:49 AM, May 22, 2024

Now that the morning clouds have cleared, we will be mostly sunny the rest of the day! It should be really comfortable with lower humidity and highs in the mid 70s.

We stay dry overnight as we cool off into the low 50s.

Thursday will be warmer and breezy as we push into the low 80s. Spotty and strong storms will start to pop up after the evening commute and continue into the night, but these won't be for everyone. Then, a line of severe storms will push through the region between about 11 p.m. Thursday and 3 a.m. Friday, which will impact most of the region. Damaging wind will be our biggest concern with any severe storms, but some pockets of large hail and a couple short-lived tornadoes will also be possible. With more heavy rain falling on saturated ground, we could see a few new areas of flash flooding. The rain ends early Friday morning.

Friday afternoon will be cooler and breezy with highs in the low 70s. After a cloudy morning, we will get some sunshine out for the afternoon.

Saturday will be partly cloudy and comfy with low 70s. Saturday night, another round of rain and storms will move in, followed by more rain overnight.

We may have to dodge a few leftover showers Sunday, but it looks like a lot of cities will stay dry. Highs stay in the low 70s with mostly cloudy skies.

There will still be a small chance for some rain to hit your backyard on Memorial Day. It will be mostly cloudy with highs near average, in the mid 70s.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny and a little warmer with upper 70s.

Mostly Sunny
Lower Humidity
High: 75

Mostly Clear
Low: 52

Partly Cloudy
Storms Late
High: 81

Partly Cloudy
Early A.M. Rain
High: 73

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