Didn't think I'd be making one of these in late June, but 2018 has pretty much thrown climatology out the window so why not. A rather unusual system for this time of year will be making its way across the south, with a cutoff low over IL/IN and a trough with some impressive upper level flow values for June moving through Dixie. There may be a tornado threat with this as well. Directional shear looks surprisingly good for this time of year and speed shear, while low, is in the range of values you would expect for a June severe setup. This may lend a chance to a brief, lower end tornado threat with any organized storms that can develop Friday afternoon and evening.