Rain is slowly tracking eastward and should clear the Tri-States by late afternoon/early evening. Clouds will stick with us tonight.
Early morning lows will be around freezing. Any wet surfaces from today could become slick for the morning commute. Clouds will begin to break apart throughout the day, so there will be times of sunshine. Highs will warm up to the mid-40s. There’s a slim chance for rain during the late afternoon and early evening, but most will remain dry.
Dry weather and little more sunshine on Tuesday with temperatures in the 50s for the first time in about 10 days.
Depending on cloud cover temperatures could near the 60s on Wednesday. Our next storm system will bring rain Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Once the cold front passes on Thursday, temperatures will begin to fall. We are expecting the day-time highs to occur earlier in the day.