Saturday is looking humid but rain-free. Sunday could deliver some serious downpours.
The atmosphere is ripe for a few storms today, especially south of town. But much more widespread activity is forecast Sunday as a cold front plows through the area.
With two days left, it will come down to the wire as to whether or not May 2015 holds its position in first place, but the chances are good.
In its total form, a rainbow truly never ends.
Skies have really been striking a pose this week.
We've witnessed supercells - those big beastly rotating thunderstorms - every day, six tornadoes, and tons of other amazing sights.
A bolt of lightning strikes a church in Maine in a flash of electricity and sparks.
Warmth, mugginess and storm chances continue until a Sunday cold front cools us off for next week. Though it may remain unsettled.
Friday will be a few degrees cooler, but dewpoints in the mid-60s keep the humidity moderately uncomfortable.
The Atlantic hurricane season is forecast to be a snoozer, but the National Hurricane Center was abuzz today as President Obama visited the tropical weather forecasting hub in Miami.