Most of the day Thursday will be dry but a few spot storms are possible by late afternoon through the evening, mainly along or just north of I-70. These will become more numerous through Thursday night, moving east Friday morning. There is the potential of a few storms with large hail and strong, damaging wind. Some will also produce locally heavy rain.
We’ll have drier weather from late-morning through early afternoon Friday before spotty storms develop Friday afternoon through early evening, becoming widespread Friday night through early Saturday morning. We continue to have a severe threat with these storms for mainly large hail and strong wind gusts. These are likely to produce heavy rain which could lead to localized flooding. Scattered storms will continue Saturday morning before slowly shifting east.
We have the potential of picking up a total of 1.50″ to 4″ rainfall through Saturday with highest amounts west of HWY 63. Rain decreases Saturday from west to east as the cold front moves through. Showers will linger near I-44 into Saturday night before ending close to daybreak Sunday.