How do you spell heat relief? R-A-I-N. We quickly go from sunshine to rain and thunderstorms this afternoon as a cold front pushes through the Tri-State. While we are not under a risk for severe storms, there could be an isolated strong to severe cell embedded.
Morning temperature will be quite warm and there will be areas of light patchy fog. The main weather feature though is an approaching cold front that will bring widespread showers and storms to the Tri-State this afternoon into the early evening. This system is a fast mover so we'll begin to see a few showers develop around 2pm through 8pm. That's a six hour window of precipitation. Expect .25"-.50" with higher totals in thunderstorms.Read full story
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