TODAY: While it's been a cool start to the morning, conditions will continue improving through the later part of the day. A good amount of sunshine mixed in with some clouds should be on tap for the day. Winds will be out of the east, allowing temperatures to rise a few degrees; low to mid 60s.
TONIGHT: As high pressure slides off to the east, an inbound cold front will be marching toward the Tri-State. Scattered rainfall ahead of the front will be likely in the early hours of Thursday. The expected rainfall will keep temperatures from dropping dramatically; around the low 50s. Don’t forget your umbrellas Thursday morning.
REST OF THE WEEK: It may not rain all day tomorrow, but expect some heavy down pours at times. Strong winds will be possible, too. These conditions will be likely through Friday with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Drier and more pleasant weather will return Saturday.