Is anyone tired of the gloomy, humid, rainy weather? Well, we are almost done with it!
We are walking out the door to cloudy and muggy skies across the Tri-State. Temperatures are on the warmer side with digits in the low to mid 70s. Evansville only dipped down to 75° overnight. Expect mostly dry and cloudy conditions for the first part of our Wednesday, which is going to set us up for another below seasonable average day. High temperatures are only going to reach the low 80s before more unsettled weather returns to the Tri-State.
Showers and storms will find their way into the Tri-State late afternoon into the overnight hours. Once again, the SPC has placed portions of our Kentucky counties under a "1" on the Severe Weather Threat Index for that period. Some of the storms in question may produce winds in excess of 50 mph at times, not to mention the torrential rains. Those heavy downpours may lead to localized flooding as well.
Slim rain chances are expected to continue Thursday, but a passing cold front tomorrow evening will finally bring an end to the showers and usher cooler conditions back into the Tri-State just in time for the weekend.