TODAY: The summer-like conditions continue sticking around the Tri-State as highs will be reaching the upper 80s this afternoon. We'll see mainly dry skies with plentiful sunshine. The humidity won't be nearly as miserable as the majority of this week!
TONIGHT: We're tracking a low pressure system to our west that will give us a good opportunity for some showers and thunderstorms overnight into Saturday. The Storm Prediction Center has placed our far western communities under a "2" on the Threat Index for Severe Weather. The rest of our counties will remain under a "1". The main threat for these storms is damaging winds and heavy rainfall.
REST OF THE WEEKEND: This weekend is looking to be damp at times. Most of the rainfall will be scattered through Saturday. Strong to severe storms will pick up once again Saturday night into Sunday morning. The SPC has us under another threat for Severe Weather, mainly for communities around I-64 and south. As a cold front works across the Tri-State Sunday, highs will remain in the low to mid 80s.