It turned out to be a gorgeous Saturday across the Tri-State for the final Saturday of July! Temperatures were still warm, but they were technically cooler than our daily average. This is in thanks to Friday’s cold front, which brought in cooler and drier air. Clouds will roll in as we continue into the overnight tonight and that will bring some changes for Sunday.
As clouds ramp back up overnight will also bring us a chance at showers after midnight and through the morning hours of Sunday. Nothing significant expected, but some downpours will be possible. Rain is most likely between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. and then should wrap up by noon. The heaviest of the rain should stay south of the Ohio River into Northern Kentucky, but generally, less than a tenth of an inch is expected. The afternoon will stay mostly cloudy and cooler than average with temperatures in the upper 70s!
Another round of showers may move in late in the day Sunday, but it is more likely to be overnight into early Monday morning. The heat and humidity will return as we head into Monday afternoon with temperatures back into the mid to upper 80s. There is a chance for some strong, possibly severe, storms later in the day on Monday, but that potential is low at this point. The Storm Prediction Center does include much of the Tri-State in their Marginal Risk for severe weather.
Temperatures will continue to warm up as we head through the remainder of the week. 90s should be back by Wednesday and humidity will make things feel even hotter.
A few clouds
Cooler than normal
Scattered showers over midnight
Dry midday with mores showers late
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