A low pressure system moving into the region will bring a warm front through this morning and a cold front later tonight as it passes near the straits.
The warm front this morning will give us a round of showers and a few storms, but nothing severe. It'll also give us a warm day with higher humidity levels. We'll get a break in the rain action after this first line, but more showers and storms are expected to re-develop this afternoon and evening - and that is when you need to stay weather aware. Our warm front puts some unstable air in place, and as the cold front moves in we'll have a slight risk for severe storms, especially between 12-10pm today. Our main threats are heavy downpours, wind gusts to 60mph, and large hail, but there's also a small chance for an isolated tornado.
Things quiet down into the late-night with clouds sticking around, along with a few spotty showers. Lows will be in the mid 60s with winds shifting from the S to SW at 5-10mph.
Tomorrow, even on the backside of this system, we'll have mainly overcast conditions with scattered showers. Highs will be in the low and mid 70s with a W wind at 10-15mph, gusting to the mid 20s in the afternoon.
Some clouds and a few showers stay with us on Saturday as well before we see the return of more sunshine for Sunday.