As of 5:58 p.m. A few thunderstorms are forming along a rain-cooled boundary from last night's storms. The upper-level winds at 10,000 feet may steer a few of these scattered thunderstorms our way mainly after 8 p.m. I am still not expecting a severe weather outbreak like last night. In the meantime, I will keep you updated.
As of 2:15 p.m. Looking over the latest....we will see maybe a few widely scattered thunderstorms this evening. But they certainly will not be as strong or widespread. Our nature had a lot of its energy zapped with last night's thunderstorms and they literally overturned the atmosphere which helped to mix down some drier air. The latest water vapor imagery shows this nicely. Tonight as warm, moist air makes a comeback we may see a storm or two pop, but with no frontal boundary around like last night we should be okay! I will have the latest on Live Doppler 18 tonight. The bigger story will be as our thunderstorm chances go down, nature will turn up the heat and humidity. Heat wave conditions are on the way. I will see you soon!