The winds are shifting over the Tri-State and that'll mean a nice evening with a temperature jump tomorrow. In the meantime, we'll see a few clouds around especially after midnight as evening temps fall through the middle 50s into the low to mid 40s by daybreak.
Warmer weather moves in tomorrow as high temperatures soar into the 70s. Expect a mix of clouds and sun Thursday, with a chance of rain after midnight. A low pressure system heads our way, bringing rain and a chance for storms Friday morning. The risk for severe weather is low, but we could see some heavy rain and gusty winds.
We could see a few clouds and a chance for a stray shower on Saturday morning as a weak front moves through the area. But, I think, overall we'll have a dry and mild weekend.
Partly cloudy skies
Chance Sprinkles overnight
Mix of clouds & sun
Warmer & dry
Check out our First Warning Weather Storm Shield Weather Radio app
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Emmy Award-winning Steve Raleigh leads the 9 First Warning Weather team as Chief Meteorologist.
Meteorologist Larry Handley is a 9 First Warning Weather meteorologist who arrived at 9 On Your Side in April 1999.
Sherry Hughes came to 9 On Your Side in the fall of 2011.
Meteorologist Sarah Walters is so excited to return home to the Midwest and work at 9 On Your Side, the same station that she interned at in…
From our 9 On Your Side Severe Weather special, in the video player above are stories about preparing for severe weather, and staying safe when storms come.
Do you know what to do in a tornado?
High pressure brings clear, blue skies and plenty of sunshine.
As severe weather rolls into the Tri-State, 9 News is on your side with information to help you plan around potentially hampering conditions.