High pressure builds in to the Tri-State today and that means generous sunshine. It will be slightly cooler than normal, though. Temperatures will take all day to get to 60 degrees. A normal high for this time of year is 67 degrees.
Milder 70s return tomorrow with some passing clouds as a warm front passes through. A spotty shower is possible but most, if not all, of us will be dry. Widespread rain and the possibility of thunder arrives tomorrow night after midnight. A 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch of rain is expected through daybreak Friday.
Wet roads could slow down your Friday morning commute. Skies will clear through Friday afternoon and it looks dry with highs in the 60s this weekend.
Make it a great Wednesday!
Cool and dry.
High 60 degrees
Dry & seasonal.
Low 43 degrees
Mainly dry & milder.
High 72 degrees
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