A few pop-up showers are likely tonight as we continue with the warm and humid weather that hangs around through the week.
For the evening, isolated pockets of rain will show up around the Tri-State, mostly focused in Northern Kentucky because of a stationary front sitting over that area. Temperatures will only drop into the mid to upper 70s before falling to the low 70s overnight.
Call it "Round 2" for Tuesday with nearly the same forecast. As a warm front sweeps over us, more rain and storms will pop up mostly in the afternoon and evening. Highs will be near 90 degrees.
Then, the chance for rain actually increases for Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday. A weak cold front slides over us late Wednesday/early Thursday triggering the wet weather. However, this opens the door to better weather heading into the weekend. Highs remain in the mid 80s.
Friday looks seasonal with highs in the mid-80s and the same goes for the weekend. There’s a slight chance for an isolated pop-up shower Saturday. But, the early look at the weekend generally looks dry.
Afternoon scattered rain likely
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