Summer heat & humidity this weekend; storms return Sunday

Strong storms possible Sunday afternoon
Sun shining through oak tree
Posted at 4:28 AM, Jun 25, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-25 21:58:55-04

Happy Saturday! The final weekend of June is here and it feels like it should; Hot and humid.

First off, there is an Air Quality Alert for Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, Warren, Boone, Campbell, Kenton and Dearborn counties until midnight.

Clouds have moved in this evening and should continue to be with us overnight which will keep us warm Temperatures will be in the low to mid 70s. There will be a few showers that try to sneak in around 5 to 6 a.m. but we should stay dry.

Humidity will be even higher Sunday and temperatures will be right back in the mid to upper 80s. Feels like temperatures will once again be in the mid-90s. There will be times of sunshine, but overall, we will be partly to mostly cloudy. More scattered showers will be possible by the afternoon, as a cold front from the northwest will roll in. That brings in the threat for some strong showers and storms as we move into the afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the eastern half of the Tri-State in their Marginal Risk for severe storms. The biggest threat looks to be strong winds.

The cold front that goes through on Sunday will bring a big change in temperatures for the start of next week. Monday’s high temperature should stay in the mid to upper 70s with humidity dropping throughout the day. It will be a nice break for your A/C before the heat ramps up late in the week.

Muggy meter showing drier air
Muggy meter showing drier air

Hot & humid
Evening clouds
High: 90

Partly cloudy
Very warm & humid
Low: 72

Hot & humid
Afternoon storms, some strong
High: 87

Partly cloudy
Drying out
Low: 62

Lower humidity
Decreasing clouds
High: 78

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