Few showers for the morning

Wet weather continues through Thursday before the temperatures jump above average
Ketch of the Day - Spring Flowers
Posted at 3:33 AM, May 17, 2022
and last updated 2022-05-17 23:29:27-04

As we head into the overnight, clouds will thicken up and we'll even see a few scattered showers, especially west of Greater Cincinnati. Morning temps will be mild in the upper 50s most areas.
There's a more rain and storms will move in during the afternoon and evening. Some stronger storms could produce damaging winds Wednesday afternoon. Heavy rainfall may be possible too, as storms continue in the same areas. We have a "Marginal Risk" for severe storms on Wednesday.

Wednesday evening storms
Wednesday evening storms

The Storm Prediction Center still has us in a Marginal Risk for severe weather on Wednesday. The greatest threat is damaging winds, but there is also a smaller threat for large hail and isolated tornadoes.

SPC Outlook - Wednesday
SPC Outlook - Wednesday

A few showers may linger into Thursday morning with humidity building during the day. I’m to convinced we will stay dry the rest of the day. There may be a few evening storms that fire up.

After Thursday the heat will really ramp up, and I think we might even have a chance at seeing our first 90-degree day on Friday. This would be our first 90-degree day since August 29 of 2021. We normally don’t see our first 90° temperature until the middle of June!

This next weekend, we could see more rain on Saturday with a gradual clearing on Sunday. While temps will be warm on Saturday near 80 degrees, afternoon highs on Sunday will drop 10- 15 degrees.

Increasing clouds
Low: 58

Scattered showers early
Afternoon storms
Low: 74

Storms lingering
Staying cloudy and warm
Low: 63

Warm & muggy
Isolated storms late
High: 83

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