Friday Night: Rain Ending. Clouds Staring to Clear After Midnight. Cooler.
Low: 60. Wind: W 5-12 mph
Saturday: A Few Clouds Through the Day. Low Humidity.
High: 80. Wind: W 9-17 mph
Saturday Night: Mostly Clear. Calm, Cool, and a Bit Breezy.
Low; 55. Wind: Calm-3 mph
Sunday: Partly Cloudy. Cooler Than Average. A Little Breezy
High: 77. Wind: 8-17 mph
*A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the Miami Valley through late Friday night.*
*The Air Show Parade in Vandalia has been cancelled due to weather conditions.*
With showers wrapping up in the Miami Valley, several areas are still cleaning up from 2-4" of rain throughout Friday. Heading into Friday night, most of us will be drying out after sunset, but a few showers could linger until midnight. Then, clouds will decrease overnight, and we will have a wonderful, cooler, and much less humid start to our Saturday. The Vectren Dayton Air Show will start at 9 a.m, and sunshine will already show itself. Though the day, we can expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with high temps topping out near 80 degrees. Overnight lows during the weekend will dip into the mid-50s, so we will be able to give our air conditioners a break!
Sunday will be very similar at the Air Show, if not a few degrees cooler in the afternoon. The UV index forecast is a 10/10, meaning that sunscreen is required for everyone, and a hat is not a bad idea either. We will stay partly cloudy from Sunday through the middle of next week. Highs will not reach the 80s again until Wednesday. Most of us will stay dry until midweek as well, but an isolated shower in our northern locations cannot be ruled out Sunday or Monday evening. If any rain does pop up, it will be quick and nothing more than a nuisance. Heat and humidity will return by the end of the week, with highs reaching the mid-80s Wednesday-Friday.
Today's Record Temperatures