The threat of severe weather is over for the Tri-State as clear skies and pleasant weather take hold for a couple of days.
A cold front moved through the area triggering large, damaging hail and mammatus clouds across the area. Gradual clearing will likely lead to, at least, some scattered fog for the morning, so watch out. Temperatures will drop to the low to mid 60s.
Tuesday's nice weather will continue into Wednesday. However, I do see more humidity on Wednesday making it muggy again. Both days will have highs in the mid 80s. Thursday is another story.
At the moment, indications are certainly pointing to rain and storms nearly all day. In fact, some computer forecasts are showing intense rain, the type that would cause flooding. So, we will be closely tracking that system over the next 48 hours.
An early look at the weekend shows mostly to partly sunny skies with seasonal highs in the 80s.
Not as humid
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