The Tornado watch has been cancelled by the National Weather Service as our window for severe weather has come to a close this evening. Other than a few showers and isolated storms lingering past midnight, the severe threat is over with as it pertains to this storm system.
We will be on the receiving end of some pleasant weather from Thursday through Saturday as drier air and lower humidity will lead to some more refreshing conditions.
We will then see another spring storm system head our way for the weekend, bringing back a 70% chance of widespread rains and thunderstorms by the time we get into Sunday.
We have a fairly progressive storm pattern in place for the foreseeable future, which means showers and thunderstorms are in our outlook about every three-to-four days at this point.
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