Yep, it’s staying wet around Cincinnati…the question is how long? Welcome to your forecast discussion for Wednesday, September 26, 2012!
TODAY-FRIDAY: A cold front drops through today and tonight, but hangs up just south of here late tonight, remaining pretty much in place through Friday at the least. This means there will be a chance of rain all the way through this timeframe especially further to the south. The southern counties have the best shot at rain. The atmosphere won’t be exceptionally favorable for severe storms, but there will still be a low chance of one or two. This is especially true in NKY.
It doesn’t appear that this front will have much if any impact on temperatures…we’ll end up in the 70′s through the period with lows in the upper 50′s (except maybe low 60′s tonight), effectively around or just above normal.
SATURDAY: I’m still concerned that the front will remain stuck south of here. I’m leaving rain in the forecast on Saturday because my gut tells me that it’ll be close enough. The best chances will be in our southern counties. I still think temperatures are in the lower 70′s where rain doesn’t fall. Lows may end up in the upper 40′s and low 50′s.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: I do think this front finally gets out of here by Sunday into Monday as another system moves into the Great Lakes and then gets kinda stuck there. Before that occurs, expect a chance of rain to linger on Sunday (again, unless the models remain consistent, but my gut tells me to leave the chance in). Right now, the moisture won’t really be there, so I’ll keep things dry, just cool on Monday. Highs will be in the low 70’s and lows in the upper 40’s.
TUESDAY: That little disturbance gets booted east on Tuesday. I will leave us dry with highs in the upper 60’s.
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NEXT DISCUSSION: I should be back tonight with an update, unless warranted sooner. Until then, take care!