TUESDAY: We are started off quiet and mostly cloudy, but it didn’t take long for the rainfall to move into the Tri-State. A cold front continues pushing through the Tri-State as we head into the afternoon hours. It’s expected to produce scattered showers and storms through the rest of the day and into tonight; some of those storms could be strong at times, but nothing severe. As the heaviest of our rain and associated cold front swings east of the region tonight, temperatures will begin cooling down after highs only reach the mid-to-upper 70s.
TONIGHT: The overnight low temperature will dip toward the mid 50s. While it's possible that we may see some lingering rainfall tonight, it's looking like we could be waking up to another damp morning, Wednesday.
REST OF THE WEEK: We’ll work on drying and clearing out for much of Wednesday. With the strong northerly winds and cloud cover, highs will only reach the low-to-mid 60s Wednesday afternoon. Expect mostly sunny conditions and comfortable temperatures for the rest of the week. Our mornings will be cool, but the afternoon highs will be fantastic; 70s extending into the weekend under mostly sunny skies!