Any storm that develops will be capable of producing gusty wind, heavy rain, and frequent lightning. About half of us will see rain at some point Saturday and half of us won't.
After the showers and thunderstorms are over, drier air is on its way. Scattered showers and storms, some of which could be strong, highs in the 80s and lows in the 70s. The humidity will make it feel about 10 degrees warmer. Things will quiet down moretonight with lows in the middle to upper 60s before warming up to the middle to upper 80s with sunshine, slightly lower humidity and no storms on Sunday. Once this cold front is through, the rest of the day will become less humid, especially by later this evening.
After the recent pleasant stretch of weather, a few shower and storm chances are in the days to come. Highs in the 90s stick around, too. Now, only a few spots get storms Wednesday afternoon.
During the morning hours, a cold front will sag down from the north, sparking off some showers and storms in the overnight hours. Friday will be mainly dry in the morning with partly sunny skies but by the afternoon scattered showers bubble up. With that said, the storms won't be widespread on Thursday-just isolated.