It's going to be unseasonably warm outside today with highs averaging about 15 degrees above where we should be this time of year. Afternoon readings will hit the upper 70s with mostly cloudy skies overhead.
Storms begin to ramp up during the pre-dawn hours Wednesday morning. The Storm Prediction Center has our viewing area under a slight risk of severe weather tomorrow with the primary threats being damaging straight line winds and isolated tornadoes. All of these storms will be the result of a powerful cold front that will shift east of our viewing area by late tomorrow afternoon.
In the wake of this system, cooler and drier air move in for Thursday and Friday. We'll wake up Thursday and Friday morning in the mid to upper 30s with daytime highs around 60. Over the weekend, temps modify slightly into the mid 60s. The good news is sunshine will rule from this Thursday all the way through next Wednesday.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster