Good afternoon, everyone! The thunderstorms from this morning and early afternoon continue to diminish across the area. Before we settle into a warmer and drier pattern, though, you get one more day of passing storms to wet your whistle.
Tomorrow, model guidance suggests ample instability under a weak cap aloft. That means that some storms will be held in check, but the storms that do develop will be able to grow quickly. There isn't much of a threat for organized severe weather tomorrow, but a few storms may pulse to severe limits with some pretty gusty wind. Heavy rain and frequent lightning is also a concern with thunderstorms tomorrow. Afternoon highs will be around 90.
Sunday we start the drying trend. I'll hold onto a 30-percent chance for rain, but I think a lot of us will stay dry. Afternoon highs in the low 90s.