April goes out with a bang!
Gulf moisture is here to stay. Low clouds and gusty south winds have invaded this morning. They will break up for sun PM, with warm temps in the mid 80s...even close to 90 west. As for storms, we should maintain a cap today, although there is a low chance of an evening storm far western areas near a dry line.
Tuesday will be similar to today HOWEVER...late in the day, the dry line to our west will become active as a strong upper level disturbance heads in and lifts the air. Initial storms after about 5pm will be capable of very large hail and damaging winds, along with isolated tornadoes. Storms will eventually turn into a large cluster and move through overnight.
By Wednesday, and early AM storms will stabilize the air, and we should be dry most of the day with highs again mid 80s.
Thursday will only see a low coverage of storms (mainly west) as we stay warm and humid.
By Thu. night and into Friday, more concentrated storms will again threaten, and some will likely be severe. A second batch may develop at night and into early Saturday.
Once those exit, the rest of Saturday looks dry and a bit cooler and the dry air should last into Sunday.