Frost Advisory tonight mainly from Hamilton County southwards. See the highlighted advisory. Be sure to protect your tender plants again tonight as many areas will have patchy frost in the morning.
We'll finally get back to normal temperatures (mid 60s) after a few cold days this week. I'm tracking a cold front that will bring a slight chance of scattered showers to the Tri-State during the day Friday. Maybe even a rumble of thunder. The system is weak through and many communities may stay dry. At best, we'll see a tenth of an inch of rain with higher totals in thunderstorms. Not expecting any severe weather.
Easter weekend is still looking dry and mild with lots of sunshine and highs in the 60s.Easter sunrise is around 6:54 a.m.
Patchy overnight frost.
Dry and milder.
Few PM showers, Isolated storms
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