Our weather pattern is stuck in neutral because of a weak front that is washing out over the Tri-State. While we continue to have a chance for rain, it looks like things will stay dry through daybreak. So, the next chance will come during the afternoon as the heat of the day builds up.
As for the rest of the day, mostly sunny skies will give way to some cloudiness building up as highs reach into the low 80s. Then, Friday will be a weather repeat with the same conditions with a slightly better chance for afternoon rain and storms.
Scattered showers and storms can be expected as we start the weekend and yes, temperatures will still be warm and muggy. Highs on Saturday hit the mid 80s. The difference this weekend is that we will have a likelihood of widespread rain because of a cold front slashing across the area.
By Sunday, the front stalls over the area as another rainmaker slides by giving us providing another potential for severe weather. We will certainly see more rain and storms Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Also by then, it appears the highs will drop back into the upper 70s.
Partly cloudy, muggy
Chance afternoon showers and storms
Remaining warm and muggy