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CINCINNATI - It will be a warm and muggy overnight under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures fall into the 60s by daybreak
Scattered storms will threaten and it will be another warm, muggy day. In fact, the Storm Prediction Center has us in a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather the next two days. Following the storms, this cold front will sweep more mild air into the Tri-State by the end of the week. A typical high this time of year is 75 degrees and we will be about 10 degrees warmer with afternoon temps in the mid 80s. The best chance of rain and storms will be late day.
Scattered storm will remain in the forecast through Wednesday before a cold front sweeps through with some mild and dry air for the Memorial Day weekend. Highs will be in the upper 70s by then.
Warm and muggy.
Low 68 degrees
Warm and humid.
High 85 degrees
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