After a dry, Spring-like day across the Tri-State we are starting to see a few more clouds roll into the area.
Those will continue to ramp up overnight which will pad our temperatures into the lower 30s to start the day. Winds from the north will be around 5 mph, which means we will see wind chills dip into the low to mid 20s.
As we get close to daybreak there will be the potential for a few isolated showers and wintry mix. This shouldn't lead to any issues. Not everyone will see these, it will likely be north of the river if we see anything.
The rest of Monday will stay dry with highs back into the low to mid 50s. Skies will be mostly sunny for the afternoon.
The warmth spills over into Tuesday as rain returns late into the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will be back into the mid 50s, as high as 58° for some spots. The best rain will be into the evening and early overnight hours. Wednesday will be our warmest day of the week with temperatures into the mid to upper 60s! Some spots could even break 70-degrees. To put this in perspective, those are the average temperatures for the last week of April! Wednesday is dry until the late night hours into Thursday.
9 FIRST WARNING: The Storm Prediction Center is already highlighting the Tri-State in a risk for severe weather this Thursday. Still days away, but it is one to keep an eye on as we get closer. Right now, wind, hail, & tornadoes may be possible. @WCPO #CincyWX #OHwx #INwx #NKYwx pic.twitter.com/v5mnKCoJCj— Brandon Spinner WCPO (@wxSpinner89) February 12, 2023
Thursday is going to be the day to keep an eye on this week. Showers and storms will greet us as we open up the morning on Thursday. Periods of heavy rain and gusty winds will be possible. However, by midday we will keep an eye on the potential for a few strong storms as a cold front moves into the Tri-State. Right now, all threats will be possible; Damaging wind gusts, large hail, and tornadoes. It is early right now, but we will continue to monitor this threat and updated you going forward.
A few more clouds
Clouds and sprinkles early
Clearing, then warmer
Rain late in the evening
Cloudy and warmer
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