Staying warm as we open up October

Temperatures around 10 degrees above average
Cincinnati Fog
Posted at 4:09 AM, Sep 30, 2023

Saturday has been a hot and sunny day as we wrap up a very similar month of September. Rainfall for the month has only been 0.94", which will go down as the 19th driest September on record in Cincinnati. It will also finish in the top 40 for warmest Septembers as well.

Overnight tonight will be calm and dry as we see mostly clear skies and temperatures into the high 50s and low 60s. Winds from the northeast will be light, which could lead to some areas of patchy fog to start the day on Sunday.

Sunday is the start to "Spooky Szn" as it is October 1st! It will be another warm day with our high temperature likely climbing into the low to mid 80s. Expect plenty of that sunshine once again and a northeast wind at 5 to 10 mph.

The first half of the week will stay dry and warm. Temperatures each day will be into the mid 80s, which is 10 to 15 degrees above average. The warmth will carry into Thursday as well, but that is when we will see a change in the pattern. A cold front late Thursday into Friday will bring the potential for some rain as we get into Friday and then there will be a big drop in temperatures with highs only into the 60s!!

Staying warm
and Sunny
High: 80

Mostly Clear
Patchy fog
Low: 59

Very warm
High: 82

Mostly Clear
Staying warm
Low: 59

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