WEATHER TO WATCH: Heavy rain, storms overnight could cause localized flooding

NOW AND NEW: Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says more rain will move in around 3 a.m. and some scattered thunderstorms are also likely. Some of the rain could be heavy, leading to localized flooding in the typical low-lying areas. All the rain should be done with by 9 a.m. Thursday and skies turn partly sunny after that. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is possible but not likely during the afternoon.
NEXT: Friday still looks great with mostly sunny skies and pleasant conditions. The weekend is looking damp with a couple of systems affecting the area although the computer models have not yet come into agreement. 
OVERNIGHT: Becoming cloudy with periods of rain starting around 3 a.m. along with a few scattered thunderstorms. Locally heavy rain possible. Low of 63.
THURSDAY: Rain and storms in the morning, ending by around 9 a.m. with skies turning partly sunny. High of 77.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny and nice. High of 78.
SATURDAY: Cloudy with light rain developing. High of 73.
SUNDAY: Cloudy with light rain developing High of 76.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. High of 75.