A weak frontal system is currently sweeping across the Tri-State's atmosphere dragging clouds into many neighborhoods. However, clearing and summer-like conditions return tomorrow before a big change hits on Friday.
I really don't expect any rain tonight, but I can't completely rule out a few sprinkles especially in counties east of Greater Cincinnati. The clouds will linger through most of the night before clearing happens just before daybreak. Evening temperatures will be in the 60s before dropping to the low 50s by 7 a.m.
Our Wednesday and Thursday will stay mostly sunny and mild with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. Then, a strong cold front brings much cooler air and wet weather.
Rain will start as soon as late Thursday night and continue into the front half of Friday. Highs will dip to the low 70s. At the moment, Friday night football will only see a chance for rain with temps in the 50s.
Plenty of sunshine will be around for Saturday and Sunday, but the morning lows will start in the mid 40s and only make it to the mid 60s during the afternoon.
Then clearing overnight
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