For the most part any scattered showers and thunderstorms have passed to our south and west. Southwestern reaches of the Tri-State have seen the heaviest rainfall. Aside from a few showers and areas of drizzle expect damp conditions through midday, drier afternoon with gradual clearing. Temperatures will only reach the upper 60s to around the low 70s.
Look for partly cloudy skies this evening, mild overnight with lows falling into the mid to upper 50s. The warm air surges into the region and ridging will take place across most of the eastern half of the country. These will be our warmest temperatures since October. Expect partly cloudy skies Thursday with highs in the low to mid 80s.
By Friday and Saturday mostly sunny skies, southwesterly winds will combine for summer-like temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. Heat indicies in the low to mid 90s as dew points are expected to rise into the 60s. So it will be feeling more humid across the area through the weekend. As far as rain chances go, looking at dry weather through Sunday. Next chance of any shower or thunderstorm activity will be Sunday afternoon/night. An active stretch of weather may develop through early next week with scattered showers and storms some of which may be strong to severe.