We still have another cold front to deal with on Friday. This was a 1/2 punch.
So far--first punch hasn't been too bad in the area--as I type this---new storms are forming to our west. We will watch those.
The 2nd punch will arrive Friday afternoon.
SPC has a SLIGHT RISK out for most of us.
This looks to all be about timing. The 2nd front will be passing through early to mid afternoon. As it moves through---storms should fire. But by the time they reach severe potential---the current thinking now is that they will be into W VA and far east KY. NAM shows it well.
GFS is much less aggressive with this idea...and keeps most of us dry.
In fact, GFS keeps us near 89 tomorrow...NAM near 95. Quite the difference as the 95 temp would add to instability. But the stark difference leads to low confidence in how tomorrow will play out.
We will track the 2nd front in the morning to gauge the timing better....but I would not rule out the NAM scnerio just yet.
Some spots in fact could see stronger storms tomorrow than what was witnessed today....esp in terms of hailstones.