EVANSVILLE, IN. (WEVV) -- The Tri State will finally catch a break from the widespread showers and storms by daybreak Sunday. However, do not put away the umbrellas just yet. Cloud coverage will remain intact through the morning and early-afternoon. Isolated-to-scattered storms will be possible through the evening hours.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with isolated pockets of showers and storms possible by 1PM and beyond. Highs will only approach the low-to-mid 80s. Conditions will also be breezy at times with southwest winds gusting as high as 20 MPH.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Skies will remain grey through the overnight with a shower or two possible. Temperatures will maintain near 70°.
NEXT WEEK: The passage of our next cold front will generate more storms for Monday afternoon. Thereafter, daytime heat and humidity will spark more shower and storms for Tuesday afternoon as well. Temperatures will be 5°-10° cooler than average for beginning of next week, by Wednesday upper-80s and low-90s return.