Rain and storms ahead of a cold front will move through overnight with an isolated chance of a strong to severe storm. These storms have been producing heavy rain. The latest model output shows a few showers hanging around through the early morning commute. Likely south of the Ohio River.
Most of the Tri-State is under a "marginal risk" for a strong to severe storm through the early morning.
Monday, we'll see the front push through early in the day. This means there could be showers and storms during the morning commute before we begin to dry out. Humidity and temperatures will remain high but as a secondary cold front slides through late in the day, humidity levels will slowly fall. Tuesday, highs will struggle to reach 80 Tuesday & Wednesday, with overnight lows falling into the 50s as humidity really drops. Enjoy the spring-like weather!
Showers & storms
Isolated severe storm
Early AM rain chance
Sun & clouds
A little cooler
Sunny with drier air
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