The chance of rain decrease tonight but pick up again Tuesday

Wet and warm stretch of weather to end May

The chance of rain this Memorial Day evening is still with us, but there's a better chance you'll get by dry as you wrap up your holiday activities.

While we got off to a wet start in some areas of the Tri-State, the evening chance for rain has decreased. We'll still develop a few showers but it doesn't look to be as wet and stormy now that some of the pent-up energy has been released from the atmosphere.

Due to the lack of sunshine, temperatures have largely been held back in the 70s for most communities. So we've caught a break there, but it's temporary. High go back into the 80s Tuesday.

Here's a look at what the future radar shows this evening.

10pm radar

Showers decrease this evening

As we head back to work and school Tuesday, there is another round of showers and storms in the forecast Tuesday afternoon.

There is a slight chance that some of these storms could turn severe, with damaging winds and large hail. However, there is still some uncertainty with this threat, so keep checking back in with us throughout the day today and also as we head into Tuesday.

Temperatures will reach the upper 70s and low 80s, with very muggy conditions lasting through the rest of the week.

Slight risk for severe storms Tuesday

Partly to mostly cloudy
Slight chance
Low:  66

Partly to mostly cloudy
70% scattered showers and storms
High: 80

Mostly cloudy
50% shower & storm chance
High: 80

Partly sunny
Slight afternoon chance
High:  83


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