The final days of this stretch of weather is here, and while the first changes will be subtle the differences will be very noticeable by the weekend.
Clouds will start to drift in overnight and temperatures will respond by staying in the mid 50s, so it'll be cool Friday morning but not quite as chilly as it has been.
The clouds will continue to pile in for Friday as moisture starts to stream into the area as temperatures start to warm up, we'll be back close to 80 by Friday afternoon.
Moisture will continue to build up and will be the energy source for an upper level disturbance to cause some showers over the weekend, with widely scattered showers expected both Saturday and Sunday.
Sunday's disturbance will be dynamic enough to lead to yet another round of severe weather, since this will once again be rooted in an upper level disturbance the main threats will be damaging wind and large hail.
Tornadoes will be possible and certainly watched for through Sunday afternoon, but the primary threat will be from the two just mentioned.
A quick break from the weather for Monday and Tuesday with another bout of active weather on Wednesday.