A cold front will stall to our south tonight, and as we head into the day tomorrow it will lift through the area as a warm front. While the strongest storms are expected to be to our south-- mid level winds will be strong enough for some of those storms to flow into our area. The threat begins tomorrow afternoon and will linger through the overnight hours. Damaging wind gusts (greater than 50 mph) and large hail (1" in diameter) are our primary concern.
Most of the state is included in the level 2 risk and the small corner that is excluded is still under a level 1 risk, so everyone should be on alert. There will also be potential for strong to severe storms on Wednesday as an area of low pressure to our north shoots a cold front our way.
A reinforcing cold front will arrive Thursday and by Friday temperatures will struggle to reach the mid 50s. Dry forecast for Saturday as temperatures reach the upper 50s, with temperatures rising as we head into next week. Unfortunately rain arrives Sunday as temperatures warm into the mid 60s.