TODAY: Glimmers of sunshine will be hard to come by through the day. Expect overcast skies to remain intact through the late-afternoon. The gray skies will limit any significant warming. Most communities will remain in the upper-50s and low-60s.
TONIGHT: Clouds will eventually move out with the mercury dipping into the upper-40s by daybreak.
THIS WEEKEND: The progression of our next storm system will migrate from the southwest. Current model data is in agreement with showers arriving just before noon Saturday. Shower and storm chances really will begin to ramp up by Saturday evening through Sunday morning due to the progression of a warm front. Unfortunately, the surge of warmer air on Sunday will quickly encounter an inbound cold front by Sunday night into Monday morning. This set up could generate the development of strong-to-severe storms. In fact, the Storm Prediction Center has already placed the Tri State under a "1" and "2" on the Severe Threat Index. Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be the biggest threats to track.