We'll develop about a 40% chance of scattered showers and perhaps an isolated storm or two, with temperatures decreasing some.
Rain chances will be higher for Monday, but should decrease later in the afternoon, with skies clearing Monday night and sunny on Tuesday.
The clouds and patches of rain should reduce temperatures this afternoon, with many of us falling into the upper 60s to mid 70s range after what had been a warmer start.
They are distant no more as of noon, and we've seen some showers drift in from the northwest with them.This would be the first big severe event of the year. Read More Severe weather looks to be a good bet over parts of the Mississippi Valley tomorrow and tomorrow night as our next front takes shape and moves our way.This would be the first big severe event of the year.Read More As our cold front begins its approach for Sunday there is the chance for some severe weather in the Deep South where you see the region shaded in dark green.Right now the greatest risk is for damagng winds and hail.The chance of showers will increase again late Wednesday into Thursday.A blustery mix of clouds and sun on tap for today, and by early afternoon we should reach our highs in the upper 70s to around 80.We may see a band of scattered showers and very isolated thunderstorms in the...Read More A blustery mix of clouds and sun on tap for today, and by early afternoon we should reach our highs in the upper 70s to around 80.Unfortunately there is some rain possible for both days but as you can see at least for Saturday it is a small chance.The remnants of a line of showers and storms should move in Sunday afternoon so I think Sunday offers the best chance for rain and perhaps a storm. Hooray, we made it to the weekend and the weather will remain warm for both days!