TONIGHT: Clearing skies will continue to prevail along with a northerly wind flow. This combination will give way to temperatures plummeting into the lower-60s. Locations north of I-64 could wake up to upper-50s.
TOMORROW: Crystal blue skies and unseasonal cooler air will be gracing our Tri State communities as we wrap up the workweek. Highs will have a challenge approaching the 80-degree mark.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Skies will remain clear. The mercury will once again dip into the low-60s. Outline areas could even cool into the upper-50s by daybreak Saturday.
WEEKEND & NEXT WEEK: Throughout Saturday and Sunday we will remain rain-free. Afternoon highs will be on the rise starting Sunday afternoon. Independence Day will be seasonal with a high of 87° under sunny skies. All firework shows should remain unimpeded by the weather through Sunday evening and night. The summer-like heat and humidity returns by Monday afternoon, pop-up storms will be possible.