The first map below looks messy, and it is, but most of this will be rain (heavy at times) and non-severe thunderstorms. The severe thunderstorm chances are going to be mainly to our southeast, and through the Southeastern US. Thanks to the rain and clouds around early today, the air over us is a bit more stable and thunderstorms as a result are not expected to be as strong as the cold front moves through this afternoon.
The second map shows the SPC's Slight Risk (yellow area) of Severe Storms to our southeast.
The third map show the SPC's Tornado Risk, which again is to our southeast.
The trend is about the same with the wind and hail threats, again to our southeast.
We can't rule out a few strong-severe storms, but the chances are going down today - down to the southeast. This could make for some interesting weather around Augusta, Georgia later today for the Masters Golf Tournament.