Today has been beautiful and should continue to be a stellar day as we go into the evening.
Temperatures today are right around average in the mid-80s. While that is warm, it is comfortable because that humidity disappeared overnight behind the cold front. Some spots may still feel sticky, but overall, much more enjoyable than yesterday. The evening is going to continue to be outstanding as well. Winds this evening will stay from the north at 5 to 10 mph.
Skies will stay clear overnight with temperatures falling quickly. Looking at temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s overnight. Calm winds are expected too, which will allow for some dense fog to develop in some communities. This is likely to slow down the morning commute for some communities.
Friday looks nice, with a few passing clouds and slightly warmer temperatures. Highs will be into the upper 80s, looking like 88 degrees for Cincinnati. Humidity will stay low, making it stay comfortable.
The heat does creep back in this weekend along with a little more humidity. Highs Saturday will be into the low 90s with sunshine early. Signs are pointing to clouds moving in later in the day with a slight chance of a shower mainly to the northwest.
Sunday will be the hotter and more humid day of the weekend. It is also the day that storms look more likely as a cold front bring a chance at scattered afternoon showers and storms. Humidity will really spike on Sunday as we climb back into the low to mid 90s. Feels like temperatures will likely be back near 100 degrees. With all that heat and humidity, I wouldn’t rule out the chance that a few storms become strong or severe. Wind gusts are the primary threat, but right now all forms of severe weather would be possible.
Warm but comfortable
Foggy for some
Cooler & calm
A little more heat
A few more clouds
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