The stormy weather pattern continues for Wednesday and Thursday. Multiple waves of showers and storms with very heavy rainfall expected. Some of these storms could also reach severe limits with wind and hail as the primary threats. While no washouts are expected storm timing will be hard to pinpoint based upon residual boundaries and where the energy is actually moving in from along the front.
As of now the afternoon and early evening hours Wednesday through Thursday look to feature the highest chances for wet weather. Coverage of storms looks to be scattered with widespread activity at the tail end of the period as the front pulls through Thursday afternoon. Storms are also likely during the overnight hours thanks to increased humidity and the boundary stalled over the area.
The pattern starts to break down as we hit Friday with Summer's arrival at 11:54am. High temperatures will remain in the low 80s but humidity values will drop as we enter the weekend ahead. More rain is expected though Sunday and Monday as another front enters the area.