Hazardous Weather Outlook With Possible Storms & Heavy Winds

UPDATE: A Flash Flood Warning in effect until 8:15 pm tonight. Avoid flood areas.

The National Weather Service issued a Hazardous Weather outlook beginning this afternoon with heavy rain in spots that can lead to localized flooding in poor drainage areas is possible today.

Tonight there will be mostly cloudy skies with spotty evening showers possible, but most of the overnight hours are dry. It will be humid and very warm with a low only dipping to 71.

Day two of the Hazardous Weather outlook  is in effect from Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening.  There is a  risk of severe thunderstorms with hail, but the primary hazard with these storms could be damaging winds.

6ABC AccuWeather Forecast through the Weekend
WEDNESDAY: A cold front approaches from the northwest. Ahead of it, we’ll have a warm and very humid day with a mix of clouds and sun and a high around 84 (around 10 degrees above average). In the evening, some scattered thunderstorms develop. Some of these could be severe with damaging winds and hail.

THURSDAY: A brief morning shower is possible, but the big story will be the return of much cooler air. We’ll see clouds mixing with some sun. Humidity drops, so it’s much more comfortable. The high tumbles to about 70.

FRIDAY: A morning shower is not out of the question. Otherwise, we’ll see clouds, occasional sun and a comfortable high of 76.

SATURDAY: This is looking like a great day, with plenty of sunshine and a seasonable, pleasant high around 75.

SUNDAY: It’s a nice close to the weekend with partly sunny skies and a nice high around 74.