That could change tomorrow, however, as a cold front gets pulled into the area and winds aloft strengthen. As such, damaging wind gusts are possible in addition to flooding downpours from the more intense thunderstorms late tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. Hail is also possible with the strongest storms.
Though any storm can turn severe, today we are not in a risk category. That changes tomorrow (Thursday). We see a slight (Cat 2 of 5) risk of severe storms from @NWSSPC with the biggest threat from damaging winds. #ncwx pic.twitter.com/F2qTFx3U4w— Don Schwenneker (@BigweatherABC11) June 19, 2019
Thunderstorm will move out later as the front pushes away to the east.
Friday looks to be a nice day with lower humidity and temperatures near average. Drier weather persists into Saturday.
Another upper-level disturbance will arrive Sunday and increase the potential for a thunderstorm in the afternoon, but most areas will be dry.
Seasonably hot and humid weather will be the rule early next week.
Have a great Hump Day!
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