Clouds will slowly decrease this afternoon. This means we'll get back to a mostly sunny sky again later today with highs in the mid 60s.
We are still watching the weekend and when rain will move into the Ohio Valley. It looks like the bulk of Saturday will be dry and mild. Skies will turn partly cloudy with highs in the upper 60s. Isolated showers will begin Saturday afternoon, mainly after 4 p.m. as the cold front moves into the Tri-State. Hit or miss showers will continue throughout the rest of the evening. But there will be some towns that never receive rain. Showers will fade off to the east overnight.
Sunday starts with a cloudy sky and a few sprinkles still left in the area. Temperatures will be mild in the upper 40s. We'll warm to 66 again that afternoon but it looks like clouds will hang around through at least the mid to late afternoon hours. But hopefully before sunset, we see a few more breaks in the clouds.
Not as cool
Late after spotty showers
Isolated showers to the east
Slight rain chance