A soupy air mass is over the Tri-State and with a south wind, showers and a few strong storms will pop-up through the early evening. Some storms could produce quick downpours, gusty winds and small hail as they move from south to north.
Temperatures will top out in the lower to mid 80s this evening and then slowly fall to the mid 60s under mostly cloudy skies by daybreak.
The chance of rain lowers Sunday but is not completely gone. A weak cold front approaches Sunday afternoon and we'll likely see a few showers and storms develop ahead of the system in the afternoon and early evening. Highs still top out around 85.
In the wake of the front, Memorial Day will be sunny warm and dry with a high near 84. Drier air remains in place Tuesday but we still heat up into the mid 80s and near 90 Wednesday. Rain and storms return Thursday with the next weather system passing through.
Slight rain chance
Warm and sticky
Isolated afternoon storms
Warm & muggy
Sunny, warm & dry
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