Increasing clouds before wet weather

Much cooler air later this week
Rain drops
Posted at 3:47 AM, Sep 11, 2023

Into the overnight, we will see a few more clouds push in ahead of our next system. Temperatures by daybreak will be slightly warmer than normal, but still a comfortable 63°.

A cold front will trigger scattered showers for Tuesday and sweep in more cooler, drier air as well. The chance opens up around 7 a.m., but it looks more likely that it will be around 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. that we see the bulk of the rain.

This will be our first widespread soaking our area has got in a while. In fact, in the month of September Cincinnati has not recorded any measurable precipitation. This won’t be a lot of rain but most of the area could get up to .25” by the time we completely dry out Wednesday morning. The last day with more than a tenth (0.1") of an inch of rain was back on August 26 when we saw 0.17"


Once the rain moves out Wednesday, we'll see temperatures stay in the low to mid 70s for the rest of the week. We should see plenty of sunshine as well with a beautiful Fall-like feel through the the weekend. Highs for the week are as such. Wednesday: 74°, Thursday: 74°, Friday: 77°.

The weekend looks great as well, but we have a slight chance at a shower on Sunday, but right now that doesn't look too likely.

Increasing clouds
A bit warmer
Low: 63

Scattered showers
A bit cooler
High: 74

A few sprinkles
Cooling off
Low: 53

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