A storm system, area of low pressure, is rolling toward the Tri-State and will trigger strong storms that could turn severe as well as leftover rain for Friday.
THURSDAY — We'll get right back into rounds of showers and thunderstorms again on Thursday. Morning rain will be limited and the sky will be mostly cloudy to start the day. Thunderstorms will quickly fill the radar and move across the area for the mid afternoon and evening hours. This is when we could see a few strong to severe storms producing damaging wind gusts, large hail and isolated tornadoes. We will also see very heavy rainfall out of some of these storms. With so much rain lately and saturated soils, the potential for flooding exists.
FRIDAY — The focus on Friday will be lingering cloud cover and spotty showers, but the severe threat is over. The area of low pressure will be stalled over the Ohio Valley, keeping around spotty showers and pulling in cooler air. Temperatures only get to the low 70s.
We kick off the holiday weekend with dry weather. Temperatures warm to the mid 70s on Saturday before climbing into the low 80s Sunday and the upper 80 on Monday. The weekend will be mostly sunny with increasing humidity.
Chance rain into daybreak
Afternoon rain & thunderstorms develop
Rain and thunderstorms continue
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