Quiet conditions continue as we head back into the work week! We stay dry and temperatures climb well above normal this week.
Sunday night will be clear and cold. Temperatures drop into the 20s again. Expect frost on Monday morning... You may want to allow a few extra minutes for your car to warm up morning, it's going to be a chilly start!
On Monday temperatures climb into the upper 40s, lower 50s by the afternoon. Spots further south have the best chance to reach lower 50s.
The average high for today is 47 degrees. Temperatures will be well above average later this week. We head into the first week of March with highs in the 50s and 60s. Dry conditions continue through Friday. Our next chance for rain doesn't arrive until the weekend.
There is also a Flood Advisory for Ohio River at Cincinnati to Maysville until Wednesday afternoon. Levels are expected to stay below the minor flood stage. Areas around Kellogg Avenue will see flooding. At 9:00 AM Sunday the stage was 50.1 feet. The river is expected to rise to a crest of 51.8 feet early Tuesday morning.
FLOOD ADVISORY continues for the Ohio River at Cincy until Wed afternoon. -Currently in the "action" stage -Crests at 51.8 ft Tuesday -Below action stage by Friday -parts of Kellogg Ave, Public Landing, and Riverside Park will flood. #cincywx @wcpo pic.twitter.com/dyrAsp7sOy— Raven Richard (@RavenWCPO) February 27, 2022
Not as cold