Can you feel the difference yet? Humidity levels continue to drop in the Ohio Valley, bringing an end to our stifling heat and humidity. But after all the heavy rain this weekend, don't be surprised if you see patchy fog along the Ohio River this morning.
Temperatures start in the upper 60s this morning, warm to 80 at noon and top out at 84 by 4 p.m. The key difference with today's forecast is lower levels of humidity and that equals higher comfort! We cannot rule out a stray shower today as a stationary boundary still remains near the Ohio River.
Mostly sunny conditions and lower levels of humidity will rule the forecast through midweek. Temperatures stay mild on Tuesday, only topping out at 82. We will see a jump in temperatures though on Wednesday as we warm to 89. This is thanks to our wind returning to the south/southeast to pump in some heat, not to mention the sunshine.
The next chance for rain returns to the Tri-State on Thursday as a cold front sweeps across the Ohio Valley. The best chance for rain currently looks to come in during the second half of the day and continues overnight.
Patchy river valley fog
Slight chance for a passing shower