We will sneak out another mild and breezy day in the Tri State. The stronger southerly winds along with sunny skies will boost temperatures to the low-to-mid 80s this afternoon. Which will the warmest in almost 3 weeks (April 9th). Meanwhile, winds could gust as high as 30 mph through the daylight hours. Clouds will roll in through the evening and overnight.
Grab the rain gear before heading out tomorrow. Our latest model run has heavy pockets of showers and storms arriving as early as 8 AM. Rain will be off and on and could be intense at times. A secondary line of storms will develop by the evening into the overnight. Storms along the line could have embedded strong-to-severe characteristics. As of 9 AM Tuesday, the Storm Predication Center has the entirety of the Tri State under a 1 out of 5 on the Threat Index. The biggest threats worth watching will be damaging wind gust (58 MPH+) , hail and isolated tornadoes. The rain threat will continue through Thursday morning. Locations in the area could receive a grand total of 1-3+" of rainfall by the time we begin to dry out. Flash flooding will be a concern both on your Wednesday evening and Thursday morning commute.