A couple "spins" in the atmsophere passing through our area early and again late today amidst an upper level trough and departing cool front at the surface could lead to some scattered showers or thunderstorms. With moisture lingering in the air from the overnight storms, we could once again fuel some isolated severe storms later in the afternoon. Much of the midday will be dry with peeks of sunshine from time to time sending our temperatures back above average. Highs will reach the mid 80s, still warm, but certainly much cooler than yesterday's maximum. High pressure will begin building in Friday into Saturday leading to a quiet and seasonal start to the weekend.
Have a great Thursday,