SHORT TERM: The big change if any is that the readings will increase along with the wind due to the pressure gradient increasing from a very powerful southwest storm system. Expect min to upper 70s across the region through Thursday and winds gusting near 30 mph as this storm system gets closer.
THURSDAY: Mainly overcast with windy conditions across the two state area, with hazards for tree limbs and trees being impacted by the recent storms will cause them to snap and topple over. Readings climbing back into the upper 70s.
FRIDAY(WEATHER AWARE 1AM-5AM): This is a fast moving front with a lot of energy and wind will be the primary hazard just from the squall line itself. Brief heavy rainfall and a marginal risk for a few storms reaching severe levels, with damaging winds.
WEEKEND WEATHER: Pleasant and cooler but seasonal for this time of year, so get out and enjoy…