Temperatures will warm quickly today as we start a more summer-like stretch. We'll hit the mid 70s by lunch and the low 80s by 4 p.m. There will be a chance for rain this afternoon but not everyone in the Tri-State is guaranteed to get rain out of this system. Showers and storms will come in this evening from the northwest and travel mainly along and north of I-70. This would leave out northern Kentucky from the rain chance.
Showers and storms to the north will fade this evening. The overnight hours will be partly cloudy and mild as lows only dip to 61°F.Read full story
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