A quick late night update to talk about tomorrow’s severe weather risk. It looks like we’ll have a few scattered storms from Southern Missouri to Texas with large hail possible. The cold frontal passage will mark the end of storm chances for any one place tomorrow, but storms will be possible at any point along it starting about mid-afternoon.

Large hail is the primary threat. There is also a very low tornado threat.

After this system clears the region, we’ll have to keep an eye on small and subtle jet stream disturbances mixed with marginal moisture for random chances at severe weather the next week. But beyond that, the season may kick into high gear. We’re watching that carefully.