Moisture will be on the increase as we move into Thursday afternoon. As that strong surge of humidity sets up out ahead of a cold front, we will be ripe for the possibility of some showers and storms Thursday evening and Friday morning. We are under a slight risk for severe weather from the Storm Prediction Center. Here is the very latest outlook:
These storms will be capable of producing strong winds, large hail and even the possibility of an isolated tornado. Rainfall totals don’t look to be too high, but with all the rain we have had so far this year we could be dealing with more flooding. Here is a look at the QPF (Quantitative Precipitation Forecast) for Friday morning. We could see rainfall totals just over an inch in some areas of north of Interstate 40.