Wednesday: Misty and Breezy Morning. Staying Mostly Cloudy and Mild.
High: 43 Wind: W 7-15 mph
Wednesday Night: Variable Clouds. Last Chance to Reach Freezing for A While.
Low: 33 Wind: SW Calm-4 mph.
Thursday: Partly Cloudy and Mild. Rain Returns Late in the Evening.
High 51. Wind: SE 6-12 mph.
Compared to Tuesday, the Miami Valley is kicking off the day feeling cool, but still quite mild for January. Temps are in the mid-30s, and some roads will be damp due to light mist overnight. Breezy conditions will help dry surfaces through sunrise which will minimize travel hazards. Clouds will stick around most of the daylight hours, but we may see a peek of sun before sunset tonight at 5:40 p.m. Our afternoon highs will reach the mid-40s, which is still around 10 degrees above average. Overnight, we'll have variable clouds, and temps will dip down to the freezing mark for the last time in the 7 day forecast.
Temperatures begin another unseasonable rebound on Thursday with partly cloudy skies through most of the day. High temps will top out in the low 50s with a light southeasterly breeze. Rain will move in late in the evening, closer to midnight. A chance for showers will stick around through Friday morning, tapering off in the mid to late afternoon as highs push into the mid-50s. Once Saturday rolls around, we will reap the benefits of the warm air. Temps in the 60s and partly cloudy skies will bring out many bikers and runners, although grassy surfaces will still be a bit wet. Rain returns during the second half of Sunday and sticks with us through Tuesday. 60s are possible again early Sunday, but we lose a few degrees off of the high temperature each day heading into midweek.
Today's Record Temperatures