When rain could threaten your weekend plans

How warm the weekend gets

It will be another cool start to the day in the Tri State area but not as cold on Thursday morning!

Skies will range from partly to mostly cloudy as a weak disturbance moves through the area.  Clouds will decrease this afternoon and we'll climb into the mid 60s.

No worries this evening for those Friday night football games in the weather department.  High pressure will take over later this evening and that means mostly clear skies and pleasant temperatures.  At kickoff, we'll still be just above the 60 degree mark with temperatures falling into the mid 50s post game.

Weak front moves through Saturday, isolated rain chance

Another weak system will head in just in time for the weekend forecast.  This is going to result in some more cloudy cover during the Saturday afternoon timeframe with even a few isolated showers possible.  However, much of the day will be a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures climbing into the upper 60s.

Temperatures will fall back a few degrees Sunday but the sunshine will take over the Tri-State skies. An even warmer start to the new week with storms returning Tuesday afternoon and evening.


Partly to mostly cloudy


LOW: 43


Becoming mostly sunny


HIGH: 64


Partly sunny

A few showers midday

HIGH: 68


Mostly sunny

Remaining mild

HIGH: 68


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