A batch of rain with some embedded thunder is moving north of I-20 early this afternoon. For areas south of I-20, a few spotty showers for the remainder of the day, but nothing widespread. Otherwise, very warm and muggy for December with highs in the upper 60s to near 70.
Additional storms arrive early Wednesday morning, bringing a lower end threat for some strong to severe storms; the main time frame is from approximately 4am-8am. Gusty straight line wind is the primary threat, but in this this type of setup, a few brief spin-up tornadoes aren't out the question.
For Thursday and Friday, unseasonably warm with highs in the upper 70s; we might even hit 80 degrees on Friday! Another round of storms moves in Friday evening and night in advance of a cold front; once again, some storms could become strong to severe.
For Christmas weekend, turning sharply colder. The prospects for a white Christmas are looking less likely based on recent model runs, but still something we'll watch closely given the cold, unsettled pattern over the weekend and into Christmas.