After getting battered with rain and storms for the better part of the past three days, the end of the week looks dry up a bit heading into Mother's Day weekend — which could feature some rain, but thankfully not on the holiday itself.
Wednesday's storms moved out around dinnertime, and skies will remain clear overnight into Thursday, which may be the best weather day of the week so far. It will be sunny with comfortable temperatures in the mid 60s, with a bit of a breeze factored in as well.
While areas west of the tri-state are looking at rain for Friday, the precipitation doesn't look like it will reach this far. After a chillier start — with lows in the 40s during the morning — it will remain a touch cooler with some clouds, but will remain dry until Saturday.
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Temperatures continue to decline, only reaching the upper 50s with rain showers moving in on Saturday. The rain isn't expected to be heavy, thankfully, but it could put a damper on outdoor plans.
The forecast for Mother's Day continues to improve, as it looks dry and cool with temperatures back above 60 — and we might even get some sunshine in time for brunch!
Any rain in the forecast should hold off until late Sunday night and into Monday morning, kicking off a week featuring temperatures in the low-to-mid 60s with less rain.
Track the approaching rain using our interactive radar below.