Confidence is increasing that severe storms will occur on Wednesday ahead of a cold front that will move through the region. Damaging winds and hail will be the primary concern but a tornado cannot be ruled out. Check back for the latest updates as timing or impacts may change.
Rain chances will continue to diminish through the afternoon. Some mix of thunderstorms are also possible for some areas, mainly the northwest and far south. Highs continue to hold cooler than expected and will range in the 60s.
This evening will be mostly quiet, just some lingering rain shower chances across the south and far northwest. After midnight, look for some shower activity to be possible in the northwest and north toward daybreak. Lows will range from 56 to 65.