Storms will come to an end through the overnight hours. As storms end, skies will clear. The early morning hours will be under mostly clear skies. Lows will be in the mid to upper 50s tonight with winds from a northerly direction between 5 and 10 mph.
Wednesday—like the past few days—will start with blue skies and dry conditions. But the late morning and early afternoon will begin to see clouds develop that will grow into showers and thunderstorms across the area. Storms will be isolated in nature; so many areas will miss out on moisture. High temperatures again will manage to warm to the mid to lower 90s.
The most active weather day across the region still appears to be Thursday. Afternoon storms will be more widespread. Remember, the biggest threat from these storms is lightning. Do not hesitate to go inside when seeing lightning or hearing thunder. High temperatures on Thursday will remain hot and in the 90s. Winds, at the surface, will stay light and from the north.