We had the instability and shear, but we just didn't have enough lifting for thunderstorms to develop. Which is a great thing when considering the devastation in the Midwest. For the rest of tonight, expect it to be fairly quiet. As the cold front comes through in the next few hours, winds will get a tad gusty, at times up to 15 mph, and a little wet from the showers that have formed on the edge of the cold front. None of this will be severe, just one or two (if that many) thunderstorms of a non severe nature. Things will cool down a little bit for the middle part of your week before warming back up in the 70's ahead of a cold front that is expect to come through on Saturday bring us another shot at rain.
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