THURSDAY/FRIDAY: Possibly a better chances of storms or rain showers North Central and south of there almost any time, but Thursday and/or Friday might be able to yield a strong storm risk in there. All contingent upon the amount of early morning and overnight Gulf Stream activity which shreds high level clouds across the state when or if they do occur. The GFS is showing reduced high level cloudiness (moisture) overnight later tonight but that could easily change if more storms generate well to the west of the state. If the day dawns sunny, the chance of rain is better.
BEYOND: Really no change to forecast reasoning from yesterday or days before. Boundary will have worked Southward into South Central or South Florida on Saturday with a deeper easterly (but rather light) flow. This could result in early morning to overnight showers close to the east coast progressing inland during the day. The GFS is consistent that this highly unusual May pattern (which is acting more like the middle to late summer minus the warmer surface temperature) could continue to months end. That is a big stretch, but the gist is not expecting any astounding or earth shattering changes in the overall pattern from Friday and beyond, although that shalt change in the days ahead.