After a dry and comfortable Saturday evening, clouds increase overnight and the chance of rain and storms begins around daybreak. Lows tonight fall into the upper 50s.
A warm front will move over the region Sunday producing numerous showers and thunderstorms.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed most of the Tri-State in a "marginal risk" for a few strong to severe thunderstorms. Widespread severe weather is not expected. The main threat with storms should they become severe is damaging wind and large hail.
Rainfall totals of .50" to .75" are in order with this system, with some isolated higher totals embedded in thunderstorms.
Be on the look out for isolated strong to severe storms Sunday. The rain will likely develop to our south prior to daybreak and overspread the Tri-State during the day. Rain will taper off late evening but our Future Radar is showing a push of showers and storms late evening, around 9 p.m. then significant clearing into the overnight.