Fog and mist for the morning drive

More rain and potential severe weather this week

Fog, mist and light rain will impact your morning drive today. This light precipitation will ensure that many of our roads are wet. Temperatures start in the low 50s and will increase to 64 degrees by lunch. We eventually see a high of 66 this afternoon with overcast clouds. 

 

The unseasonably warm weather continues for the rest of the work week. A warm front comes through the Ohio Valley on Thursday, increasing temperatures to 68 degrees. This will also bring in the chance for isolated showers later in the day. We can't rule out a few rumbles of thunder, too.

Friday will be your 9 First Warning to the potential for a few storms that could become strong to severe with damaging winds being the main threat. While we could see a few isolated storms Friday afternoon/evening, the strongest push of showers and storms should happen in the overnight hours. The front will take a big bite out of our mild air, sending us back to near seasonal levels in the 40s over the weekend.

OVERNIGHT

A few showers
Patchy fog
Low: 52

WEDNESDAY

Areas of rain early
Then mostly cloudy
High: 66

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Mostly cloudy
Record warmth possible
Low: 54

THURSDAY

Cloudy skies
Isolated showers and storms
High: 68

THURSDAY NIGHT

Very warm again
Cloudy
Low: 56

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