Numerous reports came in from thunderstorm wind damage yesterday, which was expected due to the strength of the low level jet. We were well in a relatively quiet zone for a while today, but we do see more showers and t-storms popping across the region, some strong to severe producing damaging winds and hail, but certainly not as impressive as what we saw yesterday. We may or may not have to deal with more pop-up convection tomorrow depending on the location of a frontal boundary. The safest thing to do for now is to keep a shower or t-storm in the forecast for tomorrow, mainly for the afternoon. High pressure building eastward from the Great Lakes region on Friday will keep most areas north of the Mason-Dixon line dry with some sun. The farther south you go, the better chance you will have for at least a stray shower or thundershower.