As we continue into the rest of the evening, expect pop up storms to develop. There is still a lot of heat providing energy for these storms. Over the next several hours we can expect heavy downbursts, lightning, strong winds, and hail. There is a slight risk for severe weather, so any of these storms have the potential to turn severe.
The cold front pushes through this evening into tonight which gives us more storm development. The other factor today is still the heat. Temperatures are still above average. Although there is no heat advisory, temperatures this evening have the potential to feel closer to the mid to upper 90s.
The rain starts to fade in the overnight hours, giving way to a much cooler start to the morning. Saturday morning temperatures start in the mid 60s. We'll see partly cloudy skies for the weekend with highs for both Saturday and Sunday into the low to mid 80s.
Next week, we stay in the 80s but chances of rain creep back in the forecast as we heat up in the afternoons.