The heat has largely subsided, but storms are still in the picture for Friday before nicer weather arrives for the weekend.
A day after a flash flood warning had been issued for nearly 24 hours, Friday will feature storms once again — a running trend that has lasted the entire week so far. But there is some good news: While the threat for severe weather may put a damper on plans throughout the day, the storms are expected to be more isolated than in previous days, with a lesser chance of widespread flooding in the tri-state.
Once the storms move on, pleasant weekend awaits on the horizon. Highs on Saturday are expected to be in the mid 80s, but it will feel much more comfortable outside as the humidity continues to drop, and paired with a mix of sun clouds, makes for a very nice. Sunday's highs may not hit 80, as cloudy skies roll in.
There is a chance for some showers Monday morning, but that appears to be all for the week — sunny skies with temperatures in the low 80s await.
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