TUESDAY: Rain and thunderstorms will continue through the morning and into the lunch hour, but begin to taper off for a mostly dry afternoon before more storms develop ahead of a cold front Tuesday night. Some of those storms could be strong by late afternoon into the early evening. Particularly west of US 63. We'll see highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s with a southwest wind between 10-15 mph.\
TONIGHT: With the passing of a weak cold front tonight, there is a slight rain and t-storm chance after midnight. Clouds will be increasing and overnight lows will once again be mild in the mid 60s.
EXTENDED: There is a slight storm chance both Wednesday and Thursday, and increasing by Friday. Warm temperatures in the low 80s continue through the end of the week, with Thursday looking to be the warmest day in the upper 80s. Storms look more widespread on Friday. An upper level low will move in over the weekend bringing overcast conditions Saturday night through Monday of next week with slightly cooler temperatures in the mid 70s. For additional weather updates, follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.