Showers and storms have developed again for us today, with the chance of some strong to severe storms overnight for locations north of I-20. These storms will be racing ahead of a cold front that will get here tomorrow, but they will be weakening as they arrive here, but a couple could still back a punch upon arrival.
More showers and storms for us tomorrow as the cold front passes. While not major severe weather is expected, a few storms could reach severe limits with winds up to 60mph and quarter sized hail. Rain should come to an end as the day progresses, with quieter weather for the weekend as cooler and drier air arrives.
We then return to just pop-up showers and storms for the start of next week. One possible glitch to the forecast could be Chantal. The National Hurricane Center has shifted Chantal's track even more westward, and that track could move more into the Gulf by the time we hit the weekend. This is something we are monitoring closely. The good news is that Chantal is forecast to weaken the next couple of days. For the latest on Chantal, visit the hurricane page or download our free Hurricane Tracker app for Apple devices.
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