Sunday will be an interesting day weather-wise and it will present a challenging forecast. We typically see our coldest temperatures of the day right before sunrise and we typically see our warmest temperatures in the early evening hours. Sunday will be different. We will have our daytime high occur just after midnight, around 55 degrees. Then, a cold front will move through the area bringing in colder air. So for the rest of the day, temperatures will fall into the 40s. This front may also kick up some isolated to scattered showers, especially later in the afternoon. We could still have some isolated showers around Sunday night/Monday morning. Sunday night, lows will fall into the upper 30s.
Below normal temperatures are expected Monday as winds out of the northeast continue to push in cooler air brought in by the cold front. Highs will be in the upper 40s. After a possible few spotty showers on Monday, Monday night will be dry but still cloudy. Lows will be near 40.
The chance of rain will return to the Tri-States Tuesday evening/night as yet another cold front moves through the area.