Sunday Night: Showers Ending. Still Mild.
Low: 50. Wind: SSW 4-10 mph.
Monday: Mostly Cloudy With A Few Peeks of Sun. Thunderstorms in the Evening. A Few Could be Severe.
High: 70. Wind: SSW 6-13 mph.
Tuesday: A Stray Shower Possible Early. Becoming Partly Cloudy.
High: 62. Wind: WNW 8-15 mph.
Sunday has been a wet day for the Miami Valley. Through the evening, we still can expect a few showers and storms, but rain should be out of here by midnight. We're looking at a quiet start to the workweek on Monday morning with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low-50s. Peeks of sun and southerly wind flow will quickly warm us back into the mid-60s by lunchtime and the low-70s later in the afternoon. In the evening, strong mid-level wind energy will push showers and storms back into the area. Depending on how much energy from sun peeking into SW Ohio during the afternoon, severe weather could be an issue. The timing is most likely after the evening commute, through sunset, and tapering off between 10 pm and midnight. Storms with a hail and high wind risk are the most probable, but an isolated rotating storm cannot be ruled out.
Much quieter weather will settle in for the middle of the week as high pressure sinks into the Ohio Valley. A brief shower is possible early Tuesday, but by the afternoon, we'll be partly cloudy with highs in the low-60s. Wednesday will be mostly sunny, but a bit cooler with highs in the mid-50s. Most of Thursday will be dry, but rain and thunder will move back in late in the day and will persist through Friday. Fortunately, next weekend looks great with highs in the 60s and partly cloudy skies.
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