TODAY-TONIGHT: We should stay dry for today, but the next disturbance comes in tonight. Temperatures end up around 57 today, with lows near 41 tonight. I am expecting some cloud cover to filter in with that next wave, and consequently I’m bumping the lows a slight bit.
SUNDAY: I have opted to remove the rain chance for most of us on Sunday morning. If you’re southeast of here, I can’t rule out one or two rain showers in the morning. Highs will be only around 54, as skies will begin to clear during the day.
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY: We’ll hit 58 on Monday under partly cloudy skies. Lows Monday morning will fall hard into the low to mid 30’s, so frost would be VERY widespread. The NWS in Wilmington has issued a FREEZE WATCH for Butler, Clinton and Warren counties in Ohio and for Franklin, Fayette and Union counties in Indiana for Monday morning. Into Tuesday and Wednesday, we do start to warm things up with highs in the 60’s. Tuesday morning could be a frosty one again, but then Wednesday morning, the frost threat is much less with lows in the 40’s. Along with that, another quick system will push through on Wednesday morning, so I’m still maintaining the rain chance.
THURSDAY: At this point, Thursday still looks dry, with highs in the low 60’s.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow along as I watch our skies and occasionally our roads:
NEXT DISCUSSION: I’ll bring the next update tomorrow morning. Until then, take care and stay warm!