Monday: Cloudy to Start. Some Sun Later.
High: 45 Wind: WSW 8-19 mph.
Monday Night: Mostly Cloudy. Not Too Cold
Low: 38 Wind: E 3-6 mph
Tuesday: Rain Beginning in the Morning. On and Off Through the Day, "Warmer"
High: 47 Wind: ESE 7-13 mph.
After a misty, and even wintry Sunday evening, the Miami Valley is starting to clear out a bit for Monday morning. Some roads are still wet, but they'll be drying through the morning as we're not looking at more precipitation this afternoon. Morning temps are in the mid-30s overall, with quite a breeze out of the west-northwest between 10 and 20 mph. Wind will stick around for the afternoon, but subside a bit for the evening. With some sunshine mixed in later, high temps will reach the mid-40s, which is slightly above average.
Tuesday will bring more rain to southwest Ohio, and showers will persist on and off throughout the day. Temps will stay warm enough that we're not looking at wintry precipitation until later in the week. Highs in the mid-40s again Tuesday will become the low-40s Wednesday before the strongest cold blast since last winter arrives early Thursday morning. Temps will dip below freezing, and any moisture left behind the front will produce some snow. It's too early to say how much accumulation is likely, but white grass is certainly a possibility by Thursday evening and Friday morning. Friday will start out in the teens, and struggle to get out of the mid-20s. Over the weekend, temps will stay in the low to mid-30s with a chance for a few snow showers, especially Sunday.
Today's Record Temperatures