Showers and storms have been inundating the area for most of the day as upper level forcing have allowed storms to develop across the area. Most of the storms we experienced today were on the strong side and that will be the case as we head towards tomorrow. Tonight evening showers can be expected as more showers form off to our west in Texas and Louisiana.
Tomorrow, much like today, storms will be on the strong side and localized heavy rainfall is possible. Due to weak upper level winds any storms that do form will be moving slowly which will allow areas to see heavy downpours creating the floods.
Rain showers and storms stick around for the better portion of the work week before we begin to dry out by Thursday. A ridge will begin to build in which will weaken just how many storms we will see. As the ridge strengthens rain chances each day will become minimal. There is a hint that early next week we could be sitting near the mid 90s and above for the first time in almost two years.
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