Skies will stay mostly clear overnight into early Wednesday, but it will definitely stay warm. Temperatures will only drop into the upper 60s for the morning.
Wednesday brings our next chance of rain along a cold front which will pass through the area during the evening hours. This will bring a small chance of strong and severe storms. The Storm Prediction Center currently has much of the Tri-State in a Marginal Risk for severe storms, but some areas north of the metro are in a Slight Risk. Damaging winds are the primary threat, but large hail may be possible as well. There is little indication of tornadic activity. The timeline generally shows a the most likely time for thunderstorms will be from 3pm until 9pm.
More showers and storms are possible on Thursday, but they shouldn’t be strong. These will move through with the cold front and from there we will cool off a bit. Highs on Thursday and Friday will stay into the mid-70s.
Isolated afternoon storms
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