The nice weather will come to an end by later today. A storm currently in the Rockies will swing eastward bringing us two rounds of storms. As that system gets closer we will see more clouds developing Wednesday. A few spotty showers are possible this afternoon, but the first main round of storms will develop late this evening. Some of those storms could be severe. Right now we are under a slight risk for severe weather. Damaging winds, hail, and even a tornado are all possible late Wednesday.
A cold front will spark our second round of storms Thursday morning. Thursday morning storms will still have the potential to be severe. Right now parts of the coastal plain are under an enhanced risk for severe weather.
Make sure to have your weather app handy and stay weather aware!
The weather will improve by the end of the week. We’ll see more sunshine through the weekend, and high temperatures will cool down to the 60s Friday and Saturday. Lows early Saturday could drop down to the upper 30s in some spots. The cool down will be short lived. By next week highs will quickly climb to the mid to upper 70s.