It's another uncomfortable evening around the Tri-State. Temperatures will stay well into the 80s for the next several hours and the humidity is elevated too. We'll likely see a few isolated pockets of rain and a chance for thunderstorms. Temperatures will fall to the low 70s again overnight.
The chance for rain actually increases for tomorrow afternoon and early Thursday. A weak cold front slides over us Wednesday triggering the wet weather. Scattered showers and storms are likely Wednesday afternoon with highs in the low 90s.
We have the potential for rain and storms just ahead of the front as well, around noon. Then, rain will scatter across the area during the late afternoon/evening with a chance for isolated storms too. While I can't rule out severe weather, we could see an isolated severe storms pop up.
Scattered showers and storms will continue until late tomorrow night and eventually fade out by midnight. This cold front opens the door to better weather heading into the weekend.
Thursday will be more seasonal with highs in the mid 80s and humidity levels drop! Add mostly sunny skies to the lower humidity and it sounds like a nice day in the Tri-State.
Friday looks seasonal with highs in the mid-80s and the same goes for the weekend. There’s a slight chance for an isolated pop-up shower Saturday. But, the early look at the weekend generally looks dry.
Isolated rain/chance storms
Partly cloudy start
Showers and storms in the afternoon
Showers and storms continue
Scattered showers overnight
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