Fog continues to form around the Tri-State that has led to a DENSE FOG ADVISORY until 9am for most of the area. Warm overnight lows in the 50s, fair to clear skies and calm winds are making for a very good scenario for visibility issues for the morning commute.
9 First Warning: Dense Fog Advisory until 9am for the highlighted counties. Other areas of fog will be likely with the most dense areas shaded in gray. @wcpo #cincywx pic.twitter.com/NiJrhn2tF3
— Steve Raleigh WCPO (@Cincywxman) April 22, 2022
Friday will see a mix of clouds and some sun throughout the day. A warm front will sweep over the area and could produce a passing shower. These warm, southwesterly winds will begin pushing the afternoon temps above normal and keep them there through the weekend. Highs will hit the low to mid 70s.
Then, temperatures rise further into the low 80s for the weekend. The difference for Saturday and Sunday will be the abundant sunshine.By Monday, a cold front will trigger rain and thunderstorms before unleashing cold air which will knock the temps into the upper 30s for the morning and upper 50s in the afternoon. Welcome back to the "Big Chill" for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sun & clouds
Slight chance of a shower