Highs Saturday reached the low 80s across the Tri-State making it the warmest day so far in 2022. There is more where that came from as the heat is back for Sunday!
Temperatures will stay warm overnight with temperatures staying in the low to mid 60s. For perspective, our average high temperature is supposed to be around 68° this time of year. Wind tonight will calm down to around 5 mph from the south. Skies will say mostly clear through the overnight hours. Might be a good night to open up the windows!
Sunday is nearly a carbon copy of Saturday. We won't be quite as warm, but most of us will make it to the low 80s. Another difference, there will be more cloud cover rolling in during the afternoon and evening with partly cloudy skies. Wind will be breezy Sunday afternoon as we may see gusts of 25 to 30 mph.
Enjoy the sunshine and warmth on Sunday because it looks like it could be a while before we see this kind of weather again. A cold front will push into the Tri-State during the morning on Monday bringing a few showers for the start of the week. As the front passes we may see a few more storms fire up, which is more likely during the afternoon Monday. Gusts of wind will be strong again, gusting from the southwest at 15 to 25 mph. Showers and storms should end by the evening hours, but the cooler air will rush in from there.
Highs will be in the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday and there is even potential that some communities may see frost Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.