Severe storms gone for now; more rain by Thursday night

Still very muggy and warm for the morning
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Posted at 3:30 AM, Jul 06, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-06 23:45:44-04

Storms have likely ended after severe weather broke out over much of the Tri-State during the afternoon. The Severe storms began at 1:30 p.m. and continued through 4:30 p.m. With a confirmed tornado by the National Weather Service at 3:10 p.m. near Goshen, Ohio.

Destruction and damage along the path was extensive

Over the next few hours scattered showers are possible and otherwise cloudy, before we turn partly cloudy by Thursday afternoon. It'll still stay very muggy and this will keep morning lows warm in the low to mid 70s!

Thursday is trending drier with the latest guidance. This doesn’t mean we won’t see storms it is just that our chances are lower and likely in the evening. Our chances for severe weather fall under a Marginal Risk. Temperatures will still stay hot, climbing to near 90 degrees. Plus, feels like temperatures will likely be above 100° once again. The SPC does have part of the Tri-State in a Marginal Risk for Thursday, but the better threat looks to be off to our south.

Low pressure gives us a chance for storms through Friday

Heavier rain is possible Friday as well. Temperatures will be slightly cooler because of that, but we will have to watch how it all develops. Storms look to last into early Saturday morning before we clear out for the rest of the weekend.

High pressure clears us out after Saturday morning making for more comfortable and pleasant summer weather this weekend

Scattered showers
Chance storms
Warm & muggy
Low: 72

Partly Cloudy
Chance storms
Feels like 100°+
High: 89

Staying warm & muggy
Still isolated chances
Low: 72

Still warm and humid
Afternoon storms likely
High: 85

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