Several upper air impulses will be moving through the area over the next couple of days and while most locations will stay dry, those who do see storms could experience brief heavy rain and some hail. Coverage should be spotty, with the largest chance for storms northeast of an Ellsworth to Marion line. Any storm that does for could be briefly severe. The disturbed period should end late Thursday as a cold front pushes through. Friday and the weekend will be much cooler, with temps in the upper 60’s Saturday afternoon.
Today, a slight risk of severe storms is forecast by SPC northeast of K-86, with an Enhanced risk in the northeastern corner of the state. Primary risk would be low-end severe hail, but in the enhanced area a tornado can’t be ruled out.