Another weak wave will pass through the Tri State area this afternoon and this means more cloud cover and potentially a few isolated showers in western Ohio. Indiana and most of northern Kentucky should remain dry today. But temperatures will only climb into the mid 50s.
Unseasonably cool air will stay with us for a good couple of days. We'll even have a stint with patchy frost possible Wednesday morning for communities to the north and Thursday morning for all. If you have more sensitive plants, make sure to cover them up or bring them in. Patchy frost can easily damage those plants. But flowers like mums and asters are a bit more hardy and don't get damaged as easily.
Shortly thereafter, a drier and sunnier stretch of days leading into the weekend. This is all thanks to a ridge of high pressure moving into the Ohio Valley and allowing sunshine to help us return to the upper 60s!
Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies
Isolated showers in western Ohio
Here are some helpful links to prepare for severe weather: