All in all, storm activity does not appear that it will be especially strong due to warm air aloft, but that air was there yesterday and we still squeezed out some off shore lightning after 7:30pm...and the potential looks greater today with the boundary so close to the area.
The next front is right on this front's heals, and is currently forecast to shove thru on Thursday. However, some of the latest model runs haven't come in yet so I'm not hanging my hat on that one just yet. It is tempting to though given the very progressive weather pattern the lower 48 is in right now with the upper level westerlies just ripping across the country's mid-section from coast to coast. But we can leave that for tomorrow's post. But for now, it is worth mentioning that if the front does do what it is forecast to per last night's run, then it will be through with no real temperature change but will put a major damper on shower activity for Thursday and Friday..with the weekend seeing return moist southerly flow and showers...could be fun!