We saw widespread showers and storms earlier today, but any rain for the rest of the day will likely be isolated to scattered in nature. These will be triggered by an approaching cold front will be slowly moving through the area overnight and into tomorrow morning.
We have ample low level wind shear this evening, but low instability will limit our severe weather risk. It's not impossible for a strong or severe storm to form, and if one does high winds and possibly even an isolated funnel cloud or tornado may be possible. However, our severe weather risk is low and we will keep an eye on our instability trends this evening.
Showers will continue overnight and into tomorrow morning. Lows will generally be in the mid to upper 50s tomorrow.
Rain chances should favor the first half of the day tomorrow, and then additional showers will be possible at times during the day on Friday as the cold front stalls just to our east.
The front will clear the area heading into the weekend, which means sunny skies are expected for both Saturday and Sunday. I'll be a cool weekend with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s.
Tune in this evening for your full 10 Day Forecast!