Pockets of rain and isolated downpours are in store for the Tri-State right into Friday with chances on Saturday too. Now, following our Mother's Day weekend, the temperatures look like summer.
The wet weather continues through the overnight and we could even get a few rumbles of thunder as the warm front lifts through the Ohio Valley. This wave of showers and storms will be on the radar into daybreak.
Friday morning starts with a round of showers and storms before a short break. This break will build a little energy for new storms to pop into the afternoon. Our severe chance runs mainly from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. as another round of showers and storms hit the area. Damaging winds and large hail are the main concern with a "MARGINAL RISK" (1out of 5/ in green below) chance for severe storms.
Saturday still has a 30% chance for rain. But, the bulk of the day will be mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 60s. The later part of the day is drier with gradual clearing. Sunday still looks good with a partly sunny conditions and a high of 74 for your Mother's Day plans. Sunday is also the start of a major weather pattern shift.
Next week, highs temperatures will climb to the low to mid 80s with mostly sunny skies all week. It's an early taste of summer for us!
Rounds of showers and storms
Low end severe weather risk
Scattered showers continue
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