After a remarkably quiet start to the severe storm season so far, things now appear to be quickly turning more active over the next 48 hours.
Much of the daylight hours today will remain dry, with storm chances increasing as we go into the evening and overnight hours. Highs will return to the 80s with gusty southwest winds.
Threats Today/Tonight: Large hail up to 1.5″ in diameter and winds over 60 MPH. Heavy rainfall is also possible but, our dry ground should be able to handle it without much if any issues unless repeated storm activity occurs. A slight risk of severe storms is forecast today (level 2/5). Timing: After 4pm through around 2am Thursday.
Thursday: After a morning round of storms, more scattered strong thunderstorms will be possible during the late afternoon and into the evening hours. All hazards of severe weather will be possible on Thursday. A slight risk of severe storms is forecast (level 2/5). Timing: 3pm-midnight Friday.
Make sure and pay attention to later forecasts and have a way to receive watches and warnings should one be issued for your location.
More updates throughout the day as warranted.