This has overall been a pretty quiet month, especially when compared to our "rough and tumble" April; but we're not out of severe weather season yet.

Storm season has ratcheted back up and the next two days look to be quite stormy. There is a risk of severe weather both today and Wednesday. All modes of severe weather are possible, but the greatest threats are damaging winds and large hail.

The air will be thick with humidity, too, so heavy rainfall appears likely as well. That means that if one of these "toad stranglers" passes over an urban area, there could be some flooding issues. Also, with storms comes lightning so avoid being outdoors as the storms move in!

The most likely time for storms in the state will be after 2 p.m. with the metro seeing storms between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.