Good Monday.  Scattered thunderstorms will develop this morning, and last through lunchtime.  There is a very slight risk of a few of them becoming severe. 

We may get a little bit of a break for a couple of hours during the early afternoon allowing us to warm into the low to mid-70s.  That warm air will add to the instability of the air which means a second round of thunderstorms moving through at 4pm-5pm this afternoon may have a slightly higher chance of becoming severe. 

The biggest threats will be from damaging winds and small hail (15% according to the Storm Prediction Center).  However, there is a very low risk (2%) of an isolated tornado.  Heavy rain and lightning will also be things to look out for.

Tuesday we may have a few lingering showers through the morning, but the afternoon looks good as we climb to 78 degrees.

Wednesday and Thursday will be awesome.  We will have a sun/cloud mix with highs in the mid to upper 70s.

Friday another system will bring in some scattered showers and thunderstorms for the early morning hours, but we will clear out with temps in the upper 70s in the afternoon.

For the weekend, it will be cooler Saturday with a high of 71.  We will reach 72 Sunday with a few showers possible through the day.

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