Increasing clouds are the weather words for this evening as we get set for umbrella weather for Friday. A cold front is headed our way and will trigger rain and a possible rumble of thunder. While we stay dry tonight, rain will develop after midnight. Temperatures will slowly fall into the 50s with overnight lows only dropping to the mid 50s.
The bulk of the rain over will happen overnight and through the tomorrow morning's commute. Most areas will pick up a .25" to . 50" of with an isolated thunderstorm. No severe weather is expected. Gradual clearing will bring us to partly cloudy skies after 4 p.m. tomorrow. Friday night will stay dry.
There is a slight chance of a few early showers Saturday. Otherwise, it's partly cloudy skies before mostly sunny conditions for Sunday. Highs will be near 70 both days.
Morning rain & storms
Late Afternoon Clearing
Check out our First Warning Weather Storm Shield Weather Radio app
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Emmy Award-winning Steve Raleigh leads the 9 First Warning Weather team as Chief Meteorologist.
Meteorologist Larry Handley is a 9 First Warning Weather meteorologist who arrived at 9 On Your Side in April 1999.
Sherry Hughes came to 9 On Your Side in the fall of 2011.
Meteorologist Sarah Walters is so excited to return home to the Midwest and work at 9 On Your Side, the same station that she interned at in…
From our 9 On Your Side Severe Weather special, in the video player above are stories about preparing for severe weather, and staying safe when storms come.
Do you know what to do in a tornado?
Wet weather on the way as rain and storms hit for Friday's commute.
As severe weather rolls into the Tri-State, 9 News is on your side with information to help you plan around potentially hampering conditions.