The sunshine we enjoyed today will give way to rain tonight as a warm front lifts through the Tri-State. Showers and periods of heavier rain will persist overnight, along with a few rumbles of thunder, especially south of the city. A shower could linger into the Thursday morning commute, but most of the day will be dry with decreasing clouds and temperatures a bit above our seasonal average. The weather turns a bit cooler and unsettled again for the first half of the weekend as a larger storm system moves in. Friday could be completely dry, but a stray PM shower or storm can’t be ruled out, especially south and west of town. On Saturday, the weather will turn soggy throughout the Tri-State, and storms will be possible all day. Sunday looks like a much better day for outdoor plans, with some sun returning and high temperatures bouncing back into the 80s.
TONIGHT: Rain and showers, with isolated thunderstorms possible. LOW: 68
TOMORROW (Summer begins 6:07 AM): An early morning shower, then mostly sunny and warm in the afternoon. HIGH: 84
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy and cooler with a slight chance for a PM shower or storm. HIGH: 78
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