Good evening and welcome to your Thursday evening forecast discussion for September 27, 2012! I am feeling a bit better, and as it happens I need to go talk to my team for the Spina Bifida Association of Cincinnati’s Walk and Roll, so this update is coming out around 4:00…
TONIGHT: A cold front was shown at 2:00 to be basically bisecting the area. That front will push through as the evening progresses — but then stall just south of here. Another wave of low pressure will push along the front through tonight. I still have a chance of rain this evening…but the best chance will be east of I-71. If you live in Adams, Brown, Clermont, Clinton and Highland counties in Ohio or in most of NKY except Carroll, Gallatin and Boone Counties, you’ll stand a good chance of rain this evening. The rest of the area may just squeak by dry. It will be close. Lows tonight will range from 50 in the NW to near 60 south and east, depending on if you’re ahead of the front.
FRIDAY: I can now remove the chances of rain from Friday’s forecast, as it looks dry. Highs will be around 71.
SATURDAY: The dry trend looks to be holding…so at this point I’m confident enough to say that the front will stay south enough that we’re clear of rain chances. Highs will be around 70.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: Sunday into Monday, another system moves into the Great Lakes and then gets kinda stuck there briefly. Right now, the moisture will stay north of Cincinnati, so I’ll keep things dry here, just cool. 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 and partly cloudy with highs in the middle 70’s.
WEDNESDAY: Rinse and repeat for Cincinnati. Middle 70’s, partly cloudy. Not too shabby.
THURSDAY: GFS wants to bring the next storm to affect us in here Thursday. For now, we’ll leave the chances low, but put them in. Again, partly cloudy and middle 70’s.
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NEXT UPDATE: I’m back Friday morning with another update. Until then, take care!