After some morning showers and storms tracked over the Tri-States with some decent rainfall taking place in spots.
The afternoon has seen a decrease in clouds and some some sun burst out onto the scene.
Temperatures are in the 70s to near 80 degrees with muggy conditions.
A cold front will slide across the Tri-States tonight along with a disturbance in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere tracking overhead as well.
The result will be plenty of clouds and some chances for more rain and thunderstorms mainly in the southern half of the Tri-States through tonight.
Also, we will carry a low risk of an isolated severe storm over the southern portion of the viewing area.
The main threats would be some high winds or large hail with any of the stronger cells that mange to develop and reach severe levels.
Low temperatures for tonight will be in the lower to middle 60s.
On Thursday, the cold front is forecast to be south of the Tri-States, but close enough that we will hold onto a slim chance of showers and or a storm with mostly cloudy skies.
Temperatures by afternoon will be in the cooler than average and comfy in the upper 70s.
So it will be cooler and not as humid as it has been as of late.
The 70s look to stick around for a few days heading into the weekend!
Watch WGEM News at Ten and Meteorologist Jeremy Ledford starting at 5 AM Thursday for the latest forecast data!
~ Mike Cole, WGEM Chief Meteorologist