Showers will be possible for much of the day Sunday, but they will be very scattered, so not everyone will see that rain. Temperatures will remain cooler than normal for this time of year, only making it into the upper 40s Sunday afternoon and evening under cloudy skies.
It has been a cool and cloudy day across the Tri-State, and it doesn’t look like we will see much sunshine the rest of the week either. In fact, heavy rain and thunderstorms are possible later this week.
It has been a soggy day across the Tri-State, but that rain will move out this evening, and the second half of the weekend is looking dry. However, some heavy rain and thunderstorms are possible later this week.
Mostly sunny and mild again today. Most of us are starting the day in the 30s, but our temperatures will quickly climb out of the 30s, through the 40s and into the 50s this morning before topping out in the low 60s this afternoon.
Scattered showers remain likely with an isolated thunderstorm possible through the morning hours. Isolated showers will still be possible through the afternoon and evening. Despite the rain, temperatures will remain mild with highs in the upper 50s to near 60° by the early afternoon.
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.