Hot and dry this afternoon, then we welcome storm chances back Thursday
It's the hottest day of 2020 for many of us as temperatures in some spots are topping out in the low 90s! You also may be noticing a breeze out there and the west winds are actually aiding our warm-up. We're also dry with sunshine on this first Wednesday in June.
Quiet conditions hold into tonight as we expect partly cloudy skies overhead and lows in the mid 60s to near 70. A front to the north of us will spark some showers and storms by Thursday afternoon and evening. There is a risk of severe weather and localized flooding, so have multiple ways to receive alerts tomorrow!
Friday and Saturday could also feature scattered storms, then we dry out Sunday and early next week. Temperatures won't likely rise as high as today over the next week, but they'll still be above-average for this time of year.