CINCINNATI — A quiet evening before the return of more rain and storms overnight. Lows bottom out around 57 degrees. Be sure to activate your Storm Shield weather app or NOAA weather radios before you go to bed. Storms will develop in the overnight, just prior to the morning rush hours.
A warm front brought Sunday morning rain and near seasonal temperatures. Now we're awaiting a cold front that will in similar fashion, bring rain and some storms but will also take our temperatures back down into the 50s, which will be below normal.
There's a MARGINAL RISK for a storm or two to become strong to severe in counties west of I-75 that you see in the shaded area below. The main threat will be damaging wind gusts and heavy rain that could cause localized flooding in some of those poorly drained and low lying areas.
There's a marginal risk for a strong to severe storm Sunday for parts of SE Indiana and NKY shaded in green. This includes western Hamilton & western Butler counties. Damaging wind gust is the main threat @wcpo #Cincywx #Inwx #Kywx pic.twitter.com/pK8UseUGjA— Sherry Hughes (@Sherry_Hughes) October 23, 2021
Rain will move out during the afternoon Monday. Temperatures will fall into the 50s by 4:00 p.m. Clouds hang on through early Tuesday before ample sunshine return. We get a sunny and dry day Wednesday but the chance of rain comes back Thursday into the Halloween weekend. Right now Halloween looks dry and near seasonal with highs near 60 degrees.
Rain and storms develop overnight
AM Rain & gusty winds