Our cold front yesterday managed to move through the area with little fanfare after storms tried to develop by late afternoon but just couldn't manage to hold together and the majority of them ended up forming well east of the area.
Now that the front has cleared the area skies will be a lot more tranquil today with partly cloudy conditions and slightly cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 60s.
A pretty significant severe weather outbreak is looking likely in the plain states for later today as a strong area of low pressure and cold front advance eastward. No severe weather expected here as this storm will track to the south of the area for Wednesday.
Rain will be moving back into our forecast by as early as late tonight as the area of low pressure in the plains advances northeastward. Light rain will be likely after midnight with lows in the middle 40s.
Wednesday is looking very wet with widespread rain likely and perhaps an embedded thunderstorm or two. Highs will be much cooler with a strong northeast wind gusting to 30 mph. Lower 50s can be expected. The rainfall could really add up with this system as the potential exists for up to an inch of accumulation.
Any leftover showers will quickly move out for Thursday but the cooler temperatures will remain with highs still in the 50s.
Have a great Tuesday!