While a few high clouds may wander into the Tri-State, the thermometer will still fall to 56 degrees by daybreak because of clearing skies. This would tie the record set in 1931. So, it'll be a relatively cool morning for us.
More sunshine is around for our Friday with comfortable highs near 80 degrees. Clouds may arrive late at night, but there's only a slight chance to see any rain. However, the weekend looks wet.
A cold front heads for the Tri-State and gives us a chance for rain/storms both days. At the moment, a SLIGHT RISK of severe weather is out for Saturday. At the moment, the timing would be late afternoon. Then, more rain is likely on Sunday too. We could very well see heavy rain during the evening. Highs this weekend climb to the mid to upper 80s on Saturday before dropping to the low to mid 80s Sunday. And yes, the humidity comes back strong as well.
Next week, another cool wave will drop the afternoon highs below average once again. We'll get more Spring like weather starting on Monday.
Here are some helpful links to prepare for severe weather: