Big changes are on the way as we transition into a different air mass that sends us back into the uncomfortable and wet conditions of the past couple of weeks.
Clouds are gradually moving in and that pleasantly mild air we've been experiencing will be displaced by more warm, moist air. Overnight lows bottom out in the lower 60s.
A warm front will lift over the Ohio Valley Wednesday, pumping in more moisture from the south and raising temperatures into the mid and upper 80s. The front may trigger a few showers and thunderstorms.
Thursday a cold front will follow suit but may linger over the area through early Friday morning. The lift, warm temperatures and moisture associated with this front will produce scattered showers and a few isolated storms that could become strong with damaging winds. Right now Saturday looks dry but another system may bring more rain to the Tri-State Sunday.
Clouds increase overnight
Isolated afternoon showers
Chance of scattered rain & storms
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