Dense Fog Advisory for parts of the Tri-State

Cold front brings rain & storms late Thursday

A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued until 11 a.m. for our northern and eastern counties including Hamilton County. Use caution on roadways. Low visibility.

Sunshine and warm temperatures today but rain and storms are on the way.

Patchy morning fog will develop for some Tri-State communities but it will give way to sunshine and warm temperatures later this afternoon.

It's been a while since we've had drenching rain but that will change late tomorrow evening as a cold front sweep across the Ohio Valley.

At this time, we are not expecting severe weather but there could be a few strong storms accompanying soaking rain expected to arrive after 9 p.m., Thursday into much of Friday morning and into the afternoon before clearing out.

Expect .25”-.75” of rainfall. Right now with the current timing of the cold front, Friday night football looks dry and cool. In fact, this system will cool temperatures down into the upper 50s and 60s. Fall has finally arrived.

 

MORNING COMMUTE

Fair with areas of fog

Temp 50

TODAY

Mostly sunny

& Mild

High 77

TONIGHT

Mostly clear

Low  56

TOMORROW

Mostly sunny and warm

Slight chance of afternoon showers. heavy rain late night

High 83

 

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