There is a slightly, enhanced possibility of stronger storms on Wednesday. And, unlike Saturday, when the storms were approaching the coast they were sheared apart by a marine layer of wind which lessened the storm. These storms winds will be coming more from the S-SW. So, they will be fueled by warmer winds aloft and colder air behind it. Thus, stronger storms. I would just plan on a typical rainstorm.
Then after that the weather gets interesting for Friday. The cold air behind the storm will be colder than the last front on Saturday and a VERY WEAK system will be passing from the NW. It could touch off some snow showers come Friday afternoon. It really amounts to nothing, but it is what it is. So, just be prepared for definite colder Friday and perhaps a snowflake or two passing by us. More later, but again, don’t get excited at all.