From rain today to thunderstorms Thursday; Tracking this Spring-like weather pattern

TODAY:

A strong breeze on Thursday will range from 20-30mph sustained with gusts possible up to 50mph.

Showers arriving early with rain heavy at times. Showers taper off just before the noon hour, leaving us with a warm, but mainly dry afternoon. Highs in the upper 50s. We may see a few moments of sunshine after 2pm. Strong winds set up from the south today, moving at 10-15mph. Powerful wind gusts likely Thursday. Returning shower chances will be on the radar after 11pm. Mike Hoffman will be tracking that chance.

TONIGHT:

Strong winds continue from the south overnight. We’re cloudy and damp; scattered showers on the radar overnight. Quite mild! Lows in the middle 50s.

THURSDAY:

Highs top out in the upper 60s! We’re still under a MARGINAL risk for severe weather. If we see significant morning sun, we’ll be in a situation where strong storms could fire up from 1-4pm. The main concerns include small hail and strong, possibly damaging wind gusts. Heavy rain will fall in isolated pockets of activity. The threat ends by dinnertime.