- Frost Advisory/Freeze Warning tonight
- Return of rain for the start start of your week
Clear skies are here and so is the cold!
A weak cold front has passed, which means our wind is now from the north. This is driving in cooler air for tonight and boy is it going to be chilly. Temperatures tonight are expected to tumble into the low 30s for most areas, with a small chance at the upper 20s in communities north of the city. Because of this, a Frost Advisory and Freeze Warnings have been issued, which are in effect from 2 a.m. until 10 a.m. Sunday. Below is a breakdown.
-Freeze Warning- Fayette, Union, Franklin, Ripley, Dearborn, Ohio, Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, Brown, Warren, Clinton, Highland, & Adams county.
-Frost Advisory- Switzerland, Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Grant, Pendleton, Bracken, Robertson, & Mason county.
This cold air means it is going to be a chilly start for those Easter Sunday sunrise services. Sunrise on Sunday is 6:59 a.m., which in fact is our first sunrise before 7 a.m. of 2022. The next time we have a sunrise of 7 a.m. is August 25!
There will be plenty of sunshine during the day on Sunday, but don’t expect any real warmth. High temperatures on Sunday will be into the low to mid 50s. A high of 54° is expected in the city. Wind from the northeast will be at 8 to 12 mph. Late in the day we will see clouds roll back in, but I expect us to stay dry.
That won’t be the case overnight into Monday. Showers will roll in after midnight into Monday morning’s commute. Rain will be gone by midday Monday morning before a dry 48-hour period into the middle of the week. However, the cooler temperatures will stick around through Wednesday.
Clear & mild
A few gusts
Clear and cold
Sunny & cool
Cloudy and cool