While there's still a slight chance for rain, it appears our active weather day has come to an end. Warm, muggy and partly cloudy skies will continue as overnight lows only drop to the low 70s.
A slow-moving cold front will head toward the Ohio Valley on Thursday. This will keep the chance for an isolated shower or storm around. If storms develop, an isolated storm could become strong with damaging winds and this is something we'll continue to monitor.
There's a slight chance for an early shower on Friday, but most of the day will stay dry. The front will fall to the south of the Tri-State through the day.
Friday night looks fine with the exception of the very muggy conditions. Highs will reach the upper 80s. As for the weekend, Saturday stays dry too with uncomfortable heat and humidity.
Right now, Sunday falls back to a chance of rain and storms as a front stalls over the Tri-State. Highs again in the mid to upper 80s.
Chance of spotty rain and storms
Warm and muggy
Rain chances fade
Slight chance of rain early
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