Temperatures fall to the low 70s by sunrise with partly cloudy skies and a few foggy spots. We'll see partly cloudy conditions today along with hot and humid temperatures. Today's high of 88 will have a heat index closer to 91-93° this afternoon. There's also an isolated chance for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon but this will pale in comparison to the rain we saw yesterday afternoon.
On Thursday, another cold front will approach the Tri-State and push through during the evening. This means the chance of scattered showers will begin as early as the morning commute and continue through the afternoon and evening. This is a much higher rain chance at 60%, so plan accordingly for rain, especially if you have outdoor plans. Severe weather is not expected at this time.
An area of low pressure over the Great Lakes steering the system will keep rain chances in the forecast through Saturday. Temperatures will be seasonal in the mid 80s. Keep in mind that it will still be very muggy during this entire stretch.
Areas of fog possible
Chance spotty showers and storms
Slight rain chance
Warm and muggy
Scattered rain likely
Storm chances continue
Warm and muggy
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