Heavy rain and thunderstorms will continue into the early overnight before the wet weather shuts down. Mostly cloudy skies with muggy conditions will start our Wednesday with morning temps in the low 70s. Then, another round of rain is on tap.
The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WATCH for a large portion of our viewing area due to the threat of even more heavy rain and is in effect until 8 p.m. Wednesday.
A front has stalled over the Ohio Valley keeping more scattered showers and storms in the forecast into Wednesday. Two-day rainfall totals could range from a half inch to 2 inches, or more!
Another cold front will push in from the north on Thursday which will bring a major change for the end of the week. With additional sunshine, the temps will climb a few degrees. But, the northwest winds will be drier and bring much more comfortable conditions from Friday through the weekend.
Most importantly, the humidity will be essentially non-existent. Plus, the lower humidity means that our overnight temperatures will be down into the upper 50s by Saturday morning. High temperatures will be comfortable too, sitting in the upper 70s and low 80s!
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