Increasing clouds is the most you can expect overnight. However, by morning, we could see a few showers around to start our Wednesday.
A low-pressure system, bringing severe storms to Texas today, will sweep north into the Great Lakes region through the day bringing us more warmth and humidity. Low 80s on the way Wednesday afternoon. It will also bring the chance at showers and storms during the afternoon and evening, some of which may be strong or severe. Localized downpours are likely too.
The Tri-State is in a "marginal risk" for severe weather for both Wednesday and Thursday. The risk is low, but it is still there. The main impacts would be damaging winds, with a smaller chance at large hail. This will likely be late Wednesday and into Thursday morning, with more later on Thursday.
Heavy rainfall could mean flooding too. Unfortunately, this system looks like it may be slower and linger into Friday bringing more rain and clouds. This will keep us cooler too, lonely in the low 70s. Flooding threats will increase if this system stays slow and keeps showers with us longer.
A few changes to the holiday weekend forecast, but overall, it still looks pretty good. There is an increasing chance that showers may linger a bit into Saturday. I don’t expect to see a full washout but be prepared to see some rain at times. Sunday looks much better with temperatures into the 80s and more sun. Monday will be the best of the bunch with more sun the mid to upper 80s!
Clouds moving in
Showers near daybreak
Scattered showers and storms
Scattered storms continue
Some may be strong
More rain and storms
Breezy & warm
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