While it's a quiet night around the Tri-State, rain chances start tomorrow evening and continue into Thursday. But, a cold front for Friday will certainly mean rain and storms that will linger into Saturday morning.
In the meantime, lows tonight will fall to the mid 50s and we could see some patchy fog at daybreak besides the clear skies. Wednesday will see mostly sunny skies with highs reaching the mid to upper 70s. Plus, there's a slight chance for a passing shower on Thursday as highs push to the low 80s under a mixed sky.
Then, the cold front triggers wet weather and ushers in much cooler air dropping the weekend highs to just the mid 60s. After a morning rain chance on Saturday, skies gradually clear out. It's sunshine for Sunday.
Slight chance of a passing shower