We saw thunderstorms push through the area this morning providing more heavy rain for us. Those storms have moved north of us now, and currently we are waiting for another batch of storms to fire up south of us. Along with the opportunity for more storms, also comes the threat of these storms being severe. The greatest threat areas will be locations where partial clearing occurs, which is currently happening across the region now. This will provide the thermal energy necessary for intense thunderstorms. And as yesterday, the main threats will be large hail and gusty winds over 60 mph at times. Although, with any severe outbreak, a weak tornado is always possible. Tonight, expect the atmosphere to stabilize and most of the thunderstorm activity to die off early this evening. Lows will be in the lower 40's. Rain continues on Wednesday with a few rumbles of thunder, but certainly no severe weather. Highs will range from the lower to the middle 60's. The culprit for our recent span of severe weather, the upper level low, finally eases into our region tomorrow night, still producing steady rain showers. They should end late that night or early on the day Thursday as the system departs to the east. So continue to keep an eye out on the weather today, and I will have updates if/when any severe weather develops.