A Flash Flood Watch including all of our counties will continue until 8 p.m. Thursday.
SHORT TERM FORECAST:
Showers will diminish by the evening as a cold front passes by the Tri-State around midday. Winds will shift to the west at 15 mph. Highs will be a little cooler – mid to upper 70s. Friday will start off a bit cooler with lower humidity with lows near 60. Friday should be a dry day under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Our southwest wind flow returns and so do our rain chances by Friday evening/night. The high Friday will be near 80.
The weekend looks partly to mostly cloudy and warmer. Highs will be in the low 80s Saturday then upper 80s on Sunday with one of the warmer days that we’ve seen in awhile. Rain chances also return though with periods of showers/storms.
Rain chances diminish, becoming breezy.
Wind: Shifting to west around noon at 15-20 mph
Partly to mostly cloudy and less humid
Wind: Northwest 5 mph
Partly cloudy with chance for storms late evening
Wind: Northwest shifting to south 5 mph
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