The Tri-States will be mostly clear from now through the day Wednesday. It will be mostly sunny on Wednesday as temperatures warm above our high temps we had on Tuesday. Highs could reach the low 90s. Severe weather is possible across the very northern tier of counties late Wednesday. Main concerns with storms will be damaging winds, large hail and torrential rainfall, with a lower risk for an isolated tornado. The best timing for severe weather will be late Wednesday evening into Thursday morning. It is possible the severe weather threat Wednesday could slide just to our north and leave us all unscathed. A slow-moving cold front is expected to bring multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms to the Midwest late Thursday through Friday. Slightly below normal temps will be with us for Friday. The threat for showers and storms continues for this upcoming weekend, but confidence in the forecast data remains low. The threat for rain will depend on how far south the cold front slides gets.
Chief Meteorologist of the WGEM StormTrak Weather Team