We'll see the chance for strong to severe storms again, mainly during the afternoon and evening. Gusty wind to 60 mph, small hail, heavy rain, and the potential for an isolated tornado will all be present in Saturday's stronger storms. This stormy pattern finally eases Sunday, but the majority of Mother's Day will still be wet and muggy. A strong storm is possible on Sunday, mainly for our eastern counties.
Next week will feature much more...pleasant conditions. Expect a bit of lingering cloud cover Monday with otherwise mild weather. Morning temperatures will be a touch chilly, starting in the low to mid 50s Monday and Tuesday, before warming to the mid and upper 70s. The rain doesn't return until Thursday and even then, it's only an isolated shower or storm that's in the forecast.
- Periods of rain and some strong storms Saturday
- Heavy rain & strong storms Saturday, spotty snow possible Saturday night
- Muggy Monday, periods of rain and storms
- Periods of rain and storms continue Friday
- Strong to severe storms expected Saturday
- Approaching storm system brings wind, heavy rain, and strong storms
- Widespread rain falls through Saturday, a strong storm could mix in
- Heavy rain & severe storms possible Saturday
- Periods Of Rain Continue Through Tuesday
- Dangerous heat, some strong storms