We have been mostly on the hot and very humid side, along with little if any rainfall over the last several days. Well, a weak front is headed our way for Friday. This front will bring us about 60 percent coverage of rain, thundershowers and some isolated heavy/strong thunderstorms. Most of these thunderstorms will produce high winds and some hail. I doubt much in the way of tornadoes to be found in our area. However, well off to the northeast of the area we will see a little better potential for tornado producing storms. FYI this front loses its strength right over the area and basically fizzles out by later Friday into Saturday, hence our chances for any decent precipitation fizzle out also by later Saturday.
Temperatures over the next several days will continue to stay in the middle 90s of highs. We will continue to see the overnight lows in mainly the 70s. So very little change in temperature due to the fact that the cool front will fizzle out in our area. We may just see a little bit lower heat index and maybe some towns dropping off into the 60s for the overnight lows.