It's a 9 First Warning Weather Alert Day:
There is a MARGINAL RISK for severe weather overnight Sunday into early Monday. Localized flooding, heavy rain, strong winds are all possible.
Rain chances will continue throughout the overnight hours before rain moves out Monday morning. Torrential rain will occur periodically with isolated thunderstorms possible. Rain totals are expected to stay below an inch for most, however some areas could see over an inch with localized flooding possible.
1 a.m. to 4 a.m. Heavy rain, storms and gusty winds
4 a.m. to 6 a.m. Heavy rain, storms and gusty winds
6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Rain ending, still gusty winds
Gusty winds will pick up and carry through Monday morning. Sustained winds up to 25 mph and peak gusts up to 40 mph will be possible. There is a marginal risk of severe weather across the southwest of the Tri-State.
By 9:00 a.m., rain will have moved east out of the area and most will be dry.
MARGINAL RISK for severe weather this evening and overnight. T'storms, winds 20-25mph, localized flooding possible. #cincywx @wcpo #kywx #inwx pic.twitter.com/k0c1Q8GUbJ— Raven Richard (@RavenWCPO) December 5, 2021
Monday's highest temperature happens early in the day. We start off in the 50's, but temperatures will slowly decrease throughout the day, starting first thing in the morning.
Monday night into Tuesday will see lows in the 20s. Tuesday's highs rise to the upper 30s. We're still watching the potential for a wintry mix Tuesday night into Wednesday.
7am Temp: 47
3pm Temp: 40