Warm & cloudy overnight with storms moving in Monday afternoon

A cold front brings potential for strong storms Monday
Marginal Risk for Severe Storms Monday
Posted at 5:25 AM, Apr 24, 2022

Today made it back-to-back days of 80-degree days, which is the first time we have seen that since mid-October.

Clouds have started to roll into the Tri-State and we will see more overnight tonight. This will keep temperatures warmer through the morning hours on Monday as we will start in the low to mid 60s. Winds will be much calmer as well, out of the south at 3 to 6 mph.

Clouds in the morning could be accompanied by a few isolated showers, but a majority of us will be dry. That changes for the afternoon with storms moving in.

Marginal Risk for Severe Storms Monday
Marginal Risk for Severe Storms Monday

Parts of the Tri-State are in a marginal risk for strong, possible severe, storms Monday afternoon and evening. The threats with these storms are strong winds and large hail. That is is the lowest risk category from the Storm Prediction Center.

Storms will be possible as early as noon but are more likely during the mid-afternoon. Storms should wrap up by 8pm as the cold front passes through and from there we will clear out into the middle of the week.

10am Monday Future Radar
10am Monday Future Radar
3pm Monday Future Radar
3pm Monday Future Radar

That cold front will drive in much colder air for Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs both days will be into the mid to upper 50s with mostly sunny skies. The big deal is that we will once again see a chance at frost Wednesday morning. Air temperatures will be into the mid-30s for much of the Tri-State.

Frost Possible Wednesday Morning
Frost Possible Wednesday Morning

Warm & breezy
Increasing clouds
High: 82

Increasing clouds
Staying warm
High: 64

Mostly cloudy
Afternoon storms, some strong
High: 72

Decreasing clouds
Cooling off
Low: 44

Partly cloudy
Much cooler
High: 57


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