Memorial Day Weekend is dubbed the “Unofficial Start to Summer” but most people and it certainly is starting to feel like it.
Plenty of sunshine out there today across the Tri-State and that has brought in the warmth as well. Temperatures this afternoon and evening will stay steady in the low to mid 80s. Humidity is a skosh higher this afternoon, but still relatively comfortable out there. A great evening to be outside. Winds from the south will stay light around 5 to 10 mph.
Overnight we’ll see clear skies once again and temperatures will be slightly warmer than the seasonal normal, hanging in the low to mid 60s.
Humidity will jump as we head into the day on Monday. That means you may want to pack an extra set of clothes if you’re heading out. Memorial Day services in the morning will have incredible weather with plenty of sunshine. A few clouds will pop up midday, but overall, it will stay sunny. The afternoon will be very summer-like with high temperatures into the upper 80s with humidity levels making it feel closer to the low 90s.
More heat sweeps in on Tuesday as we will have a chance at reaching 90-degrees for the first time this year. The last 90-degree day in Cincinnati was back in August of last year!
The next chance at rain will be Wednesday with a low-pressure system to our north bringing a cold front through. It looks like most of the rain will be on Wednesday, but there will be some leftover rain into Thursday.
Warm & muggy
Plenty of sunshine
More heat & humidity
Plenty of sunshine
Summerlike & sunny
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