Tuesday: Partly Cloudy. Slightly Cooler with a Small Chance of Pop-Up Showers South of I-70
High: 85. Wind: VRBL 3-6 mph
Tuesday Night: Variable Clouds. Still a bit Warm.
Low: 67. Wind: WSW CALM - 3 mph
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy. Quiet and Warmer.
High: 89. Wind: WSW 2-5 mph
Tuesday is starting out still on the muggy side, especially those around and south of the Dayton metro. A cold front that rolled though Monday evening has stalled out and become a stationary front. That front will slowly drift slightly north again, bringing a quick chance of a shower to those living south of I-70. Communities north of I-70 should stay dry, partly cloudy, and less muggy than the last few days! If any showers pop up, they'll be quick with maybe a rumble of thunder. The front will dip south again tonight, and most of us will drop into the mid to upper-60s to kick off Wednesday.
The middle of the week looks to be the most pleasant, but afternoon highs will soar into the upper-80s again Wednesday afternoon. We'll have plenty of sunshine, so despite the heat, we will have a nice summer day on our hands. Higher humidity returns once again at the end of the week, but not to the same level as what we experienced last weekend. Increased muggy air, however, will bring the chance for scattered showers and storms starting Thursday night through the weekend. Severe weather is unlikely, but scattered rumbles of thunder and brief heavy downpours cannot be ruled out. High temps will stay steady in the mid-80s through next Monday.
Today's Record Temperatures