Quiet Wednesday

Rain and storms back for the end of the week

It's a cloudy start to the day as temperatures drop into the mid to upper 40s. Unlike yesterday, clouds will actually decrease today, revealing more sunshine this afternoon with partly cloudy conditions. As for temperatures, highs are expected in the low 60s for another seasonal forecast.

9 First Warning - Storms & possible severe weather

Our next low pressure system heads into the Tri-State on Thursday. The warm front lifts through on Thursday morning which will lead to a few spotty showers to start the day. Scattered showers will be possible from 7 a.m. to noon. Temperatures warm to 68 that afternoon. Isolated showers and storms cannot be ruled out Thursday afternoon but it looks like the better push of storms will develop later that evening.

There is a chance that storms could turn severe Thursday evening and night. The Storm Prediction Center updated their map this morning to now include a lot of the Tri-State in a "slight risk" of severe storms. This means that a few severe thunderstorms are expected with large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado as possibilities. 

SPC outlook for Thursday

Showers and isolated storms will continue on Friday, so keep that umbrella handy. Saturday and Sunday will be dry. Saturday will be mild at 60 and Sunday will be warmer at 64.

We are keeping an eye on Opening Day for the Reds on Monday. Temperatures will stay mild in the 60s but we could see some rain develop with a system over the deep south. Our forecast all depends on the movement of that system so we'll keep you posted on the potential for rain as we get closer.

MORNING RUSH

Cloudy skies
Mild
Low: 46

WEDNESDAY

Cloudy start
Turning partly cloudy
High: 62

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Clouds build
Dry
Low: 47

THURSDAY 

Spotty morning showers
Evening storms, a few severe
High: 68

THURSDAY NIGHT

Showers likely
Scattered storms
Low: 57

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