Thursday Night: Clouds Increasing. A Chance of Light Showers.
Low: 46. Wind: SSE 5-12 mph.
Friday: A Few Early Showers North. Otherwise Dry With Mostly Cloudy Skies and a Southerly Breeze.
High: 66. Wind: SSW 10-22 mph.
Saturday: Mostly Cloudy and Warm. A Chance of Showers and Storms After Sunset.
High: 68. Wind: S 9-17 mph.
The Miami Valley is back to average after a very chilly 36 hour period. Temperatures will stay steady in the low-50s and upper-40s this evening as clouds start to move in through sunset. Light rain is possible for a few hours, tapering off overnight. Clouds will stick around tonight, keeping Friday morning mild. Morning low temperatures should only reach the upper-40s. Friday will stay cloudy with a few peeks of sun possible in the afternoon. We will start to feel a decent breeze out of the south which will bump high temps into the mid-60s during the afternoon!
We will stay cloudy and mild through Saturday as well. Highs will reach the upper-60s with mostly cloudy skies. As low pressure approaches the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, showers and a few storms will be possible after sunset, through the night, and into Sunday morning. Severe weather is unlikely, but we will have to watch for a couple gusts of wind, heavy rain, and lightning. Showers will persist though midday Sunday, becoming more isolated in the evening. Monday will generally stay quiet, but we could see an early day and late evening shower develop. More showers and possibly a storm or two will be possible during the first half of Tuesday ahead of a cold front. Once the front passes, we will see more sunshine and near-average highs through the rest of the week.
Today's Record Temperatures