There is plenty of rain in store for the workweek followed by possibly the hottest stretch of weather so far this year. The remnants of Hurricane Barry will move through Arkansas and Missouri Monday and Tuesday before turning east through Illinois and Indiana Wednesday.
Isolated showers and storms are possible this evening and throughout the night. A few showers may linger into Thursday, mainly over the southeastern half of the Tri-State, as a cold front pushes through our region. Temperatures will top out in the upper 80s Thursday under mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday may be the hottest day we’ve seen so far this year. High temperatures will reach into the lower 90s, but when you factor in the humidity it will feel like about 100°. A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are also possible Wednesday, mainly in the afternoon and evening.
Tonight will be mostly clear with low temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70°. There will be a few clouds in the sky Tuesday, but plenty of sunshine will still make it through. Temperatures will top out around 90°, but it will feel like the mid 90s when you factor in the humidity.
There is less rain in the forecast this week, but there is still plenty of heat and humidity on tap. Tonight will be partly cloudy with low temperatures in the low 70s. Monday will be mainly sunny with a few clouds mixed in and high temperatures in the upper 80s.
Sunday will be partly sunny with high temperatures in the upper 80s, but it will feel like the low to mid 90s when you factor in the humidity. A few isolated showers and storms may pop up in the afternoon, but most of the day will be dry.
Scattered showers and storms will continue on and off across the Tri-State through this evening before tapering off overnight. Some of these storms may produce frequent lightning, damaging wind gusts and heavy rain, which could cause localized flooding. Temperatures will bottom out in the lower 70s.
Heat and humidity will be the focus as we head into the weekend. Today, temperatures will climb into the upper 80s to near 90° under mostly sunny skies, but it will feel like the low to mid 90s when you factor in the humidity. Tonight will be mostly clear and calm with low temperatures around 70°.
A few scattered showers and storms are possible on and off throughout the day today, but there will still be plenty of dry time. Temperatures will top out in the upper 80s under partly cloudy skies, but it will feel like the low to mid 90s when you factor in the humidity.
A typical summertime pattern takes over for the next few days as warm, humid air flows into the Tri-State from the south-southwest. Today will be mainly sunny, but there will be a few clouds mixed in. Temperatures will climb to around 90° this afternoon with heat index values in the mid 90s.
After a long stretch of rainy weather, summer is arriving in full force across the Tri-State this week. Today will be sunny with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and overnight lows in the mid to upper 60s.
More rain on the way today, but the good news is that drier weather is just around the corner! Scattered showers are likely and a few thunderstorms are possible this morning through about midday. Our rain chances will then become more isolated through the afternoon and evening.
Our severe storm threat has been upgraded to a Slight Risk, which is a two out of five, for storms this afternoon and evening. The primary threats will be damaging wind gusts and heavy rain, which could cause localized flash flooding.
The afternoon showers and storms have now pushed to our south and the rest of the evening will be mostly dry. However, more rain is possible Sunday and Monday before sunshine finally returns for the remainder of next week.
A few isolated showers and storms are possible this afternoon, but it looks like the main line will move in some time this evening and into the overnight hours. We may then see a second line of storms develop late tonight and continue into Saturday morning.
We remain on alert for possible severe storms tonight, and we have decided to continue the Alert Day into Monday as well because we could see another round of strong storms with heavy rain and gusty winds tomorrow afternoon and evening.
The cool, sunny weather is coming to an end, and we have added Alert Days for Father’s Day weekend. Scattered showers and storms are possible on and off from Saturday through most of next week. Some of those storms Saturday and Sunday could be strong to severe with heavy rain as the main threat.
It has been a beautiful and breezy day across the Tri-State, but there is warmer, wetter weather on the way. Tonight will be clear, calm and cool with low temperatures in the low 50s. Friday will be sunny and warmer with highs in the upper 70s to near 80°.
A few scattered showers remain possible this evening, but our rain chances will taper off as we head into the night. Temperatures will remain mild overnight, only falling into the upper 60s under mostly cloudy skies.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms remain likely on and off throughout tonight and Sunday. A few showers may even linger into Monday, mainly over the eastern half of the Tri-State, as a low pressure system slowly treks to our south and east.
Unsettled weather takes over for the weekend as a low pressure system slowly treks south of the Tri-State. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible on and off throughout tonight, Saturday and Sunday before tapering off on Monday.
Pleasant weather continues to start the workweek, but the second half of the week is looking very soggy! Tonight will be mostly clear and a little cooler than normal with low temperatures in the mid 50s. We have plenty of sunshine on tap Monday with high temperatures in the upper 70s to around 80°.
A broken line of showers and thunderstorms will push southeast across the Tri-State overnight ahead of a cold front, moving into southeast Illinois around midnight and clearing western Kentucky around 6 a.m. Sunday. Sunday will be mainly dry with high temperatures around 80°.
We are on alert for storms today. Scattered showers and storms are possible on and off throughout the day and into the night. A few of those storms could be strong or even severe. The primary threats will be damaging winds, heavy rain and frequent lightning, but hail is also possible.