Severe threat ends

Much cooler air now takes temps below average

Big changes are on the way for us, now that a cold front has passed the Tri-State ending the severe weather threat. You should expect a few leftover showers or downpours, even a stray thunderstorm tonight. But, mostly we'll see just clouds as gradual clearing begins later by midnight.  

Beginning tomorrow, much cooler air will drop the temps about 5-7 degrees below average everyday this week. In fact, by Thursday morning, you  might even use the term "refreshing as morning lows drop near 50 degrees.

So, afternoon highs will only reach upper 70s and morning lows will remain in the mid 50s. This is all under clear or sunny skies

TONIGHT

Clouds & a stray shower

Gradual Clearing

Low 62

TOMORROW

Mostly Sunny

Pleasant

High 78

TOMORROW NIGHT

Clear skies

Cool 

Low 56

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