Cold front pushing through the area this morning bringing a stronger northerly wind.
TODAY: This cold front will also provide some cooler temperatures with the high near 77. Temperatures north in the upper 60s and lower 80s south. The northerly wind will increase 15-25mph for a few hours before backing to 10-18mph. Some showers and storms likely to increase through the day as light activity. Later this afternoon and evening this front will be this the main focus for severe storms to develop for our southern counties. The latest Storm Prediction Center has the southern half of our area in the slight (2/5) risk for storms to produce hail 1-2 inches, damaging wind gusts, and possible isolated tornadoes.
TONIGHT: Low near 56, mostly cloudy with a chance for some showers with some rumbles of thunder. The risk for severe storms will decrease after the sun sets.
TUESDAY: Rain chances diminishing with more sunshine. High near 83 with a breezy south/southwest wind 12-22mph.
EXTENDED: Depending on how far east the dry line moves we might have a few storms to our eastern counties. Another cold front to drop highs to the lower 70s to end this week. There will also be another shot for storms late Thursday through Saturday.
Have a great Monday! We will keep you updated through the day on FOX34s Facebook and Twitter pages. Matt will have the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.