TODAY: While it's a chilly start with temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s, the sun is shining and the humidity is still on the lower end. Heading into the afternoon, the combination of strong southwesterly winds and sunshine will give us a hot, summer-like day across the Tri-State. Highs will reach the upper 80s under mostly sunny skies. Winds will be around 5-15 mph from the southwest, with gusts reaching 20 mph at times
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Changes will move in tonight. We'll filter in more cloud cover, keeping our overnight lows on the warm side. Expect temperatures to range from the upper 60s and low 70s as you're waking up Friday morning.
REST OF THE WEEK: Shower and thunderstorm chances will be likely every day over the next seven days. The northern half of the Tri-State is under the threat of severe weather tomorrow. The Storm Prediction Center has placed us under a "1' on the Threat Index. The main threats are looking to be damaging winds and heavy rainfall that could cause flash flooding. While it may not be a washout, it's a good idea to keep the rain gear near you. Temperatures will stay quite seasonable, but humidity levels will be rising.