Scattered thunderstorms could bring gusty winds and hail
TODAY - FIRST WARNING WEATHER DAY: After a few morning showers, some potentially strong thunderstorms develop between 2pm and 10pm. The determining factor will be how much afternoon sunshine breaks through the clouds, the more sun we see the better chance that a warm, humid atmosphere will produce strong storms. The biggest threat from these storms would be isolated heavy downpours, gusty winds and hail. Many areas are already saturated, so pockets of heavy rain could lead to flash flooding. #BeWeatherReady
CLEARING OUT: Sunshine quickly returns tomorrow with a northerly breeze keeping the humidity in check through Friday.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: High pressure will dominate our weekend, giving us dry conditions. Sunshine and mid 80's on Saturday, then sunny and warmer for Father's Day with highs in the upper 80's.
Today: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms – High 82
Tonight: Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms – Low 64
Tomorrow: Sunny Skies, Breezy – High 80
Friday: Mostly Sunny – High 80