A quick little band of storms passed through the region early this morning, dropping 0.02" of rain. This is just the beginning of what could be a stormy afternoon. As southwest winds over the weekend brought in gulf moisture a dryline has formed. That line will move to the east allowing for thunderstorms to pop up, combine with a cold front slowly pushing south could bring even more storms. That front is expected to keep us in the mid to upper 80's with a 30-percent chance for thunderstorms. The best place for rain remains off to the east and south into central Texas. All the cloud cover will help to keep conditions mild overnight dropping to the low 50's. Much cooler air behind the front will keep us in the low 60's. Winds will also pick up out of the northeast 15 to 20 miles per hour. Thunderstorms do linger in the forecast with most of the activity out of our region my Wednesday. That's where we see a warmer trend back into the 70's. The 80's for Thursday and Friday, and the 90's for the weekend.