Soaking rain and a big chill on the way

Cold air takes over for the week

After a dry and warm weekend, the change in our forecast is officially here!

Widespread showers have arrived and will continue through the early afternoon hours with pockets of heavy rain at times. While we don't have a large chance for flooding, we could see some ponding on the roads. Spotty showers continue though the afternoon and evening hours. As for temperatures, we'll hover between 62-67 all day long before slowly cooling into the upper 50s by 8 p.m.

.75" to 1.5" with isolated higher totals likely east of Cincinnati

Cooler air will filter into the Tri-State over the next several days. Skies will be mostly cloudy on Tuesday with additional spotty showers. Temperatures cool to 57 for a high. Then on Wednesday, another shot of colder air moves in, leaving highs in the low 50s! Isolated showers can't be ruled out either. 

9 First Warning: A widespread frost looks likely Wednesday night into Thursday morning as lows drop to 36 in Cincinnati, but colder outside of town. 


Periods of rain
Heaviest at midday
High: 67


Scattered showers
Low: 48


Mostly cloudy
Spotty, light rain
High: 57


Mostly cloudy
Low: 39

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