Storms look to stay with us until about midnight tonight. Damaging wind gusts up to 80 mph continue to be our greatest threat, but a tornado or two still remains possible. The threat will end around midnight tonight. Make sure you have multiple ways of getting severe weather alerts.
We'll have a damp and dreary Friday as wrap-around moisture from the low pressure system that brought us storms today/tonight departs our area. This wrap-around moisture will not be strong nor severe. Temperatures will struggle to even make it to 60 throughout tomorrow afternoon.
We'll have a beautiful Easter weekend with highs approaching 80 by Easter Sunday. We look to stay dry through Wednesday night/Thursday when our next storm system arrives. Severe weather looks unlikely with that system at this time, but we'll keep a close eye on it.