You will want to pack your umbrellas through midweek. Our next inbound cold front will give the Tri State multiple rounds of showers and storms. A few thunderstorms that develop tomorrow could even generate damaging wind gusts and flooding rains.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies with temperatures slowly cooling into the mid-70s. An isolated shower is possible but most locations should remain dry through daybreak.
WEDNESDAY: Scattered clusters of storms will develop by the early-afternoon. Some of these thunderstorms could be capable of producing damaging winds and localize flash flooding. Expect a high of 87.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Storms will taper off by 9 PM for the entirety of the area. Morning lows will range between the low-to-mid 70s with mostly cloudy skies.
REST OF THE WEEK: Thursday appears to be the wettest. Many locations could possibly see 1-3" of rain between Wednesday and Thursday. Skies will clear by Friday morning with cooler and drier air moving in. Highs will struggle to approach the 80s.