Quiet skies for our warm Thursday
T-storms staying to our southeast and west
With high pressure in control and us on the cool side of the jet stream, we’ll stay quiet for our Thursday with partly to mostly sunny skies and highs back in the upper 80s with low humidity. The upper low digging across the Deep South and the Tennessee Valley will work with increasing moisture and heat across the southeast. That has led to the Storm Prediction Center to put out a marginal risk covering much of the southeastern United States. The scattered t-storms that will develop during the afternoon and evening will be capable of heavy rainfall and some high wind gusts. The Storm Prediction Center has another marginal risk in northern Minnesota and another stretching down from Montana into the eastern Rockies and into parts of the Central Plains. Both areas will have scattered t-storms develop during the afternoon and evening with some hail, wind gusts and heavy rain possible.