Noon Update: Our scattered storms are already kicking off early this afternoon, mainly along I-75 and moving northeast. These storms will become more widespread through the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures aren't climbing as quickly as previous afternoons thanks to a little bit more cloud cover. Most cities are just above 80 degrees as of the lunch hour.
Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers will be in with updates on the storms tonight on ABC 36 News at 5, 6, and 11.
Forecast: A few isolated rain showers will be possible Tuesday morning, but most of the storms won't start developing until the early afternoon. Highs will be held back into the mid 80s with the help of more clouds blocking out some of the sunshine.
The storms will become more widespread throughout the afternoon and evening. Some storms may be strong to severe with gusty winds, heavy rain, and frequent lightning.
The storms will start to weaken late tonight and most will end by midnight, but a few more showers and storms could move through the area as late as the Wednesday morning commute. Temperatures will start the day in the upper 60s.
We'll be even "cooler" on Wednesday afternoon with highs in the low 80s. The humidity will also drop slightly for the second half of the workweek. A few leftover storms will also be possible, but many areas won't see any rain.