Isolated showers and thunderstorms will still be possible as we continue into the evening hours. But just like the last few days, this should not be a wash out. And the warm, muggy conditions will continue. The best chance for rain is east of Cincinnati were some locally heavy downpours are possible.
Tonight, skies stay mostly cloudy and lows drop to 67°F. We'll see a nice lull in precipitation as we start your Saturday morning forecast with only minor chances for rain. So if you are wanting to get things done outside this weekend, Saturday morning is your best window!Read full story
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Stormy conditions for the weekend
Isolated showers and thunderstorms will remain possible this evening with warm and muggy conditions
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