Strong to severe storms

Heavy rain, potential damaging winds, hail


A frontal system is pressing into the Tri-State right now. We will see rain and storms overnight, but the skies clear out by daybreak. In the meantime, we could see a few strong storms, perhaps severe, with heavy rain and gusty winds through 4 a.m. Temperatures will stay warm and conditions muggy. After the rain, some pockets of dense fog could form.

For our Wednesday, the frontal system will stall over the top of us and that will keep a chance for storms in the afternoon forecast. With partly cloudy skies, highs will reach near 90 degrees. The same forecast will hold this week and the stalled system keeps the weather hot, humid and, at times, stormy.

You know, we've only had two 90 degree days this summer so far. It was 90 degrees back on June 23rd & 91 degrees on July 22nd. However, we will add to that by the end of the week.



Showers and storms

Rain ending before daybreak

Areas of dense fog possible

Low 69


Partly sunny

Chance of afternoon showers and storms

High  89


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