Clouds will increase tonight ahead of an area of low pressure and cold front. There is a slight chance of a passing shower overnight but most areas will stay dry. Lows bottom out at 56 degrees.
A system pushing through the deep south will move northeast and increase our moisture levels overnight. As the low pressure systems moves east of the Ohio Valley we could see a few random showers.
Out the door in the morning we'll have cloudy skies but the rain should hold off until around noon. Rain will develop in the south and work toward the northwest as a broad area of low pressure spins counter clockwise to our west. While we are not expecting severe storms, we may have garden variety storms that put down heavy rain. Temperatures top out at 67 and stays cool behind a passing cold front Thursday.
Scattered showers will remain in the forecast Thursday and begin to fade by evening. Highs in the mid to upper 60s.
Friday brings the return of sunshine and warmer temperatures in the mid 70s. This will be great weather for the the setup of the Taste of Cincinnati. Rain and storms develop over the weekend as temperatures rise to near 80 degrees.
A few rumbles of thunder
Lower rain chance
Cloudy and cool
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