The Spring-like warmth led to another stellar day here in the Tri-State with temperatures back into the low 70s! Don't get too comfortable though, because there are changes on the way overnight. Today's record is 74° from 1910, which we tied this afternoon!
RECORD TIED! With a 4:50pm temperature of 74°, we have officially tied the record high temperature for today, March 6 of 74°. The previous record was set in 1910! #WCPO @WCPO #OHwx #CincyWX #NKYwx #INwx pic.twitter.com/Q3bojQ1HlG— Brandon Spinner WCPO (@wxSpinner89) March 6, 2023
The cold front has pushed through the Tri-State and it is changing the weather story for us for the rest of the week.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy and cooler with a high of 49. This is a big drop in temperatures but it gets highs back to normal for early March. That is the trend for the remainder of the week.
Wednesday and Thursday will be quiet and cool days for us with highs in the upper 40s. Thursday could make it to 50 with a surge of warmth and moisture coming in from the southwest. That is the precursor of the next weathermaker. We could see some rain late Thursday, but most of that comes in for Friday.
As the system rolls in we will see some rain early in the day Friday as highs increase back to the mid 50s. That rain could change to snow late in the day depending on the path of the low pressure system. That is still days away so make sure to check back as we get closer for the latest forecast. One model does show the potential for some accumulation Friday evening, so it will be one to watch for sure.
Clouds moving in
Slight evening rain chance
Cooler yet seasonal
Partly to mostly cloudy
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