Scattered showers will move in from the southwest tonight, mainly after 11 p.m. Temperatures will fall through the 50s and into the mid to upper 40s this evening, bottoming out in the low 40s by Monday morning.
As we head into the afternoon, we will start to see a little more sunshine, but temperatures will only make it into the upper 30s. Due to winds out of the north at around 8 to 12 mph, it will probably feel like the lower 30s.
We have added an Alert Day Wednesday as soaking rain could lead to some flooding problems, especially in low-lying and poorly drained areas. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the entire Tri-State from 6 a.m. Wednesday until 6 a.m. Thursday.
Temperatures will fall through the 40s and 30s this evening, bottoming out in the upper teens by Sunday morning under clearing skies. Winds out of the west-northwest at around 15 to 20 mph with gusts as high as 30 to 35 mph will make those upper teens feel like the low single digits.
This mostly cloudy and chilly weather will stick with us through the night. Temperatures will hold fairly steady in the upper 30s to near 40° this evening before falling back into the lower 30s by Monday morning.
We have plenty of sunshine on tap Sunday! It may also be a bit breezy at times with sustained winds out of the southwest at around 6 to 18 mph and gusts as high as 25 to 30 mph. However, that southerly flow combined with all that sunshine will help our temperatures climb into the lower 50s.
Some light, scattered showers may wrap around on the backside of this system Saturday morning and into the early afternoon. Saturday will also be significantly colder. Temperatures will hold fairly steady in the mid to upper 30s for most of the day with wind chills in the upper 20s to low 30s.
Scattered rain will continue into the night. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for a large portion of the Tri-State until midnight. That is when the rain will start to taper off and become more isolated. Temperatures will drop into the upper 30s by Monday morning as cooler, drier air filters in.
A warm front will push through the Tri-State Saturday morning, giving us a surge of warmer air from the south, which will help our temps climb into the mid 60s both Saturday and Sunday. However, that warm front’s adjacent cold front will move in on Sunday, leading to some soggy weekend weather.
Tonight will still be cold with low temperatures in the upper teens to low 20s, but a dry, stagnant weather pattern will be taking over for the rest of this week, and a warmer weather is also on the way.
Temperatures will fall through the 30s and into the 20s this evening, bottoming out in the low to mid 20s by Wednesday morning. However, a light breeze from the west will make it feel like the mid to upper teens. Patchy freezing fog is also possible.