We will have one more day of low humidity before we crank back up the moisture and heat, so enjoy it while it lasts.
The sky is mostly clear and we'll warm up quickly today. By noon, the temperature is up to 80 and then topping out at 88 by 4 p.m.
An air quality advisory has been issued for the Cincinnati metro area today.
— Jennifer Ketchmark (@KetchmarkWCPO) July 14, 2020
Wednesday's high jumps to the low 90s, but the feels-like temps will reach the mid to upper 90s like last week. Wednesday night, a quick-moving cold front moves through bringing in storm chances.
Then, the rest of the week will be all about the oppressive air. Temperatures stay in the low 90s through the coming weekend with high levels of humidity. This will mean the return of daily afternoon thunderstorms and heat index values approaching 100 degrees.
Warmer, low humidity
Clouds increase late day
Showers and storms
A few stronger storms