MONDAY: The rain gear will be needed through the morning as more showers and storms continue to develop by daybreak. Heavy downpours will be scattered and sporadic through the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s and lower 80s with the high humidity sticking around. Winds out of the south southeast will be breezy at times; gusts could reach 25 mph this afternoon.
MONDAY NIGHT: Rain chances will break up, giving us some dry time. Clouds will stick around overnight. Temperatures will only drop into the upper 60s. Winds out of the south will remain breezy.
REST OF THE WEEK: More rainfall will make its way into the Tri-State tomorrow. A cold front will arrive by late-morning and generate a line of thunderstorms. The passage of the front will bring northwesterly winds and significantly cooler air. Temperatures will have a challenge warming out of the 60s by Wednesday. We'll work on clearing out the rain and clouds Wednesday afternoon.