There's a lot to talk about in weather, but I'm going to try and keep it short and to the point because it's Friday, and who wants to read a lot on Friday. The good news is that we're now on the cusp of the severe risk area. This is good because yesterday we were in the severe risk area. As usual, don't put your guard down, but know that the greatest threat for severe weather is just to our North. As for the rain, count on scattered showers during the day, with the bulk of the showers pushing through tonight and into Saturday morning.
Here's where it gets really interesting. After tonight's rain... a blast of cold air moves our direction. Combine that with an upper level low nearby and we may squeeze out enough moisture for snow. In this scenario, the better chance appears to be to our north as well. But stay tuned.