The rain could come with 70 mph wind gusts and quarter-sized hail.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch beginning Friday afternoon.
The show could be canceled depending on the evening's weather, but it's on for now.
More storms are expected Friday and Saturday, too.
More storms could cause problems for the city — and we're getting a lot of heat this week.
The city will be a lot cooler than it normally is this time of year.
Check out images of the storm water diversion tunnel in progress.
A spectacular map catches lightning bolts in a flash.
Pack your sweatbands if you're heading outside.
It won't be humid, either.
It should be a "fairly quiet" day in terms of weather, a meteorologist said.
Independence Day will see "kind of muggy" weather, so you should do your real celebrating Saturday.
The city shouldn't get a lot of rain, and it will be cooler than normal for this time of year.
The storms were "quickly moving" throughout the city.
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