More chilly temps ahead

Rain chances increase through the week
Cincygram: The Cincinnati skyline from day to night
Posted at 3:38 AM, Mar 28, 2022

It's more winter-like conditions and it'll be chilly again dropping to 27 with increasing clouds.

Our next rain maker is developing out to the southwest and it will bring in a lot of cloud cover. The sky will be mostly cloudy to overcast during the day.

Then, rain will move in as the warm front lifts into the Ohio Valley, mainly between 6-10 p.m. Severe weather doesn't look like an issue, but we could hear a few rumbles of thunder.

Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week by a long shot. A strong south wind will push temperatures into the mid to upper 70s for one day! The majority of the day will be dry and mostly cloudy, so if you are wanting to do something outside, this is the day to do it.

But this rapid warm up is happening for a reason, the return of showers and storms. Rain is likely to pass Wednesday night into Thursday morning with a strong cold front.

Temperatures then return to the 60 degree mark on Thursday with some lingering light rainfall.

Mostly cloudy
A few flurries possible toward daybreak
Low: 27

Mostly cloudy to overcast
Evening rain chance
High: 47

Isolated showers
Mostly cloudy
Low: 42


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