A weak cold front moved through the Tri-States Saturday evening and early Sunday morning. This front sparked strong thunderstorms that dumped over an inch of rain in some places, and were accompanied by frequent cloud to ground lightning strikes.
Even though the cold front will have largely moved out of the area by daybreak Sunday, it will not be impossible to see an isolated storm or two through the afternoon. The best chance for any showers and storms will be in Southern counties. Just about everyone else can expect to stay mostly dry with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies.
Temperatures will not be impacted by the frontal passage, with highs still on track to reach the low 90's. However, the humidity levels will be lower Sunday and Monday. The heat and humidity will once again be on full blast by the middle of the week however. For more details, tune in to the next WGEM Newscast.