TIMELINE: Home Opening Day Forecast

Another round of rain
Wet Weather umbrella rain
Posted at 7:02 AM, Apr 11, 2022

Another round of heavy rain with the chance for thunderstorms slides through the Tri-State overnight. The heavy rain will scattered across the area and end before daybreak. Temperatures will remain mild in the low 50s . Then, some changes are set for our home opener!

While there's a 20-30 percent chance of an isolated shower, most of the day and area will be dry. Mostly cloudy skies with mild temps will make for a pretty good parade and game forecast. So, after the first pitch, conditions will likely stay pleasant.

The weather turns a bit more concerning into Wednesday. In fact, we are calling for a 9 FIRST WARNING WEATHER ALERT DAY. There is a slight risk for severe weather Wednesday, with thunderstorms happening for a good portion of the day. The likely timing for severe weather would be late at night, but could happen earlier. Afternoon highs will warm to near 70 degrees.

SLIGHT RISK for severe weather Wednesday.

By Thurdsay, conditions dry out and temps remain nearly seasonal in the low to mid 60s through the end of the week. At the moment, Saturday contains a chance for a shower, while Easter Sunday will be mostly cloudy and cooler in the upper 50s.

Rain ends early overnight
Heavy At times
Low: 51

Mostly cloudy
Slight shower chance
High: 67

Mostly cloudy
Low: 60


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