The trend across the past two days has been for a decrease in thunderstorm intensity/coverage. From Wednesday night’s line of storms that spanned the entire state to yesterday’s isolated cells and now today to widely scattered showers and possibly a storm or two. Repeated rounds of storms are gradually reducing the amount of energy in our portion of the atmosphere which is why we’re only expecting very widely scattered showers this afternoon. In areas that do happen to see a shower or storm, small hail is certainly possible due to the fact that storms don’t need to lift water very far up into the atmosphere for it to freeze. Temps will rise into the 60’s for most with low 70’s in the south. Skies will begin clear but clouds will develop as things begin to heat up this afternoon.