The threat of severe storms will be looming once again for the Tri State as we start your workweek. Our next inbound cold front will trigger scattered-to-numerous storms chances. A few of those thunderstorms could approach severe limits.
MONDAY: Most of the region will be waking up to mostly cloudy skies with numbers near the upper-60s. Latest model data has showers and storms arriving by 11AM. Between the hours of 11AM - 6PM a few of storms could produce damaging wind gust and flash flooding. Highs will approach the low-80s.
MONDAY NIGHT: A few clouds will linger with drier conditions low will cool into the upper-60s.
REST OF THE WEEK: Expect more scattered storms through the afternoon for Tuesday. Wednesday will be the driest as afternoon highs retreat to seasonal heights of 88°. We remain active with storms returning by the late week.