Showers, Tstorms, a cold front, but not much cooling

Latest 4 Warn Weather Forecast from Meteorologist Don Paul:

Scattered showers & tstorms (heavier storms well SE) will exit west to east this evening. A weak cold front crossing the region will usher in somewhat less humid air for tomorrow into Thursday morning. Warming will resume during Thursday, and we’ll be back to mid-summer warmth by Thursday afternoon, and even more heating for Friday–when interior locations reach the upper. Ahead of another cold front, scattered showers & tstorms will be approaching by late Friday, becoming more numerous by or during the evening. We’ll have to monitor those storms for intensity. Some lingering showers behind the cold front may still be around Saturday AM, but we should have some partial clearing by afternoon. Temperatures will return to below average Saturday into early next week (average high is currently 76), with dry air in place. Some warming is likely to return by mid or late next week, along with a renewed threat for showers & tshowers.

TONIGHT: Showers & Tstorms ending from W to E this evening. A few early evening Tstorms well SE of the metro area may be intense. Still rather humid, but turning a little cooler. Low: 56 some valleys-61 lakeshore.

WEDNESDAY; Partly to Mostly Sunny & Seasonably Warm, but not as humid. High: 77-80. SW: 10-17, lighter well inland.

THURSDAY; Mostly to Partly Sunny & Warm, with moderate humidity. A SW breeze will keep the waterfront high to near 80, but readings will reach the mid 80s farther inland.

FRIDAY; Partly Sunny & Quite Warm, becoming More Humid. Chance of Scattered Showers & Tshowers in the afternoon. More numerous TStorms are likely in the evening. High: upper 80s, low 80s near Lk Erie.

SATURDAY; Mostly Cloudy with a chance of a few lingering showers AM. Becoming Partly Sunny & Less Humid for the afternoon. Cooler. High: low 70s.

SUNDAY; Mostly Sunny & Seasonably Cool. High: 71.

MONDAY; Mostly Sunny. High: 75.

TUESDAY; Mostly to Partly Sunny & Seasonable. High; 76.