TODAY: While it is a primarily dry start to Wednesday, more active weather is headed in our direction. We're tracking an inbound cold front that’s sitting north and west of the Tri-State that will give the area increasing shower and storm chances this afternoon into Thursday night. Right now, the Storm Prediction Center has placed the Tri-State under a "1" on the Threat Index for severe weather today. The main threats to look out for are damaging winds and heavy rainfall that could cause flash flooding.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Temperatures will cool into the low-70s under mostly cloudy skies. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible, with some breaks mixed in. Thursday morning looks to be fairly damp.
REST OF THE WEEK: Soaking showers will still be possible tomorrow with temperatures on the cooler side. We'll be tracking highs in the low 80s. By the time the front has passed the Tri-State tomorrow night, there will get a nice break from the heat and humidity heading into the holiday weekend.