Showers and storm chances will be arriving for your Monday. There is even an isolated threat of thunderstorms producing damaging winds and heavy downpours. Significantly cooler air will be moving in by Monday night.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies. Lows will be in the upper-70s uniformly through the region.
MONDAY: Most of the morning will be dry with increasing cloud coverage. Our latest cold front will trigger showers and storms by 10AM. Between the hours of 12PM-2PM will be the greatest opportunity for stronger storms to possibly generate damaging wind gusts and heavy downpours. All the while, the mercury will plummet from the low-80s at 9AM to the mid-60s by 7PM.
MONDAY NIGHT: Light showers will ultimately end for the Tri State by 9PM. Expect lows to range from the low-60s to upper-50s.
REST OF THE WEEK: Once we get beyond Monday's storm chances the gorgeous weather will settle in. Locations will struggle to approach the 80-degree mark both Tuesday and Wednesday. Seasonal conditions return by Thursday afternoon. You will need the rain gear by Friday and the weekend.