Once the front moves through, the threat for severe weather will end. Large hail and damaging winds are possible. Remember, our average high temperature for this time of the year is 74°.
The chance for severe weather increases today.
A dryline, which is a common mechanism responsible for initiating severe storms, is setting up over West Texas.
Tomorrow looks much, much cooler.
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Showers and storms will once again develop later this afternoon/evening. Best rain chance will be from the I-64 corridor and south. Mother's Day will feature temps close to 80. Temperatures will warm into the 80s with more sun by the second half of the day. A few upper-air disturbances are triggering showers and storms to our west this afternoon in Iowa and IL and those storms will continue to push east into in later tonight.
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We're tracking thunderstorms that could impact your plans on Wednesday.