A few small isolated showers/storms will continue through the rest of Saturday afternoon and evening with a mostly cloudy sky. Please stay aware as they may become strong to severe. Then, tonight more widespread rain will arrive from about 8PM to 1AM moving from west to east. Overnight temperatures will be mild in the mid-60s.

For Mother's Day on Sunday, scattered showers and storms will continue in the morning through the afternoon. Storms will likely be strongest during the afternoon. Rain should be tapering off by Sunday evening, ending from west to east. Highs on Sunday will be in the mid-70s with wind from the south at 5-10mph.

For today and Sunday, our area has a Marginal Risk for a few isolated storms to reach severe level. The biggest threats will be damaging wind, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning. Hail is also possible. As we continue to receive rain and the ground saturates, localized flooding will become more of a threat especially for Sunday. Another 0.75-1.5" of rain is expected. Please, be aware when driving and do not drive across flooded roads.

We will welcome dry weather for the start of the work week. Monday will be cooler with highs in the low 70s and partly cloudy. Tuesday will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 70s. Wednesday will warm up closer to normal with highs in the mid to upper 70s and partly cloudy.

Overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning, clouds will increase and there will be a slight chance for scattered showers. Then, cloud cover will decrease through the day on Thursday with highs around 80. Finally, Friday will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 80s.

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