Tuesday: Another Wonderful Day. Puffy Cumulus Clouds in the Afternoon. Warm and a bit Humid.
High: 85. Wind: NW 3-6 mph
Tuesday Night: Mostly Clear. Great Night to Head Out to See Mars!
Low: 62. Wind: NE 2-5 mph
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy. A Slight Chance of Later Evening Storms. Hot & Humid.
High: 86. Wind: ESE 4-8 mph
If you enjoyed the weather on Memorial Day, we're in for another treat this afternoon! We'll start off the morning with mostly sunny skies, so keep sunglasses handy, especially if you're heading east. Temps will reach the low-80s already by lunchtime, and continue into the mid-80s later in the afternoon. A few puffy cumulus clouds will move in, much like yesterday, but they'll paint a perfect picture in the sky on the last day of May.
Tonight will be great for stargazing, as Mars will still be very close to Earth! The best shot at seeing the red planet will be around midnight in the southern sky. It will look like a big, bright star with a reddish tint. Skies will be mostly clear, and temps will fall into the lower 60s by the morning, keeping us very comfortable as we welcome the month of June.
Wednesday will feature partly cloudy skies, as highs once again top out in the mid-80s. A cold front will approach early Thursday, meaning that a few thunderstorms may fire up late in the evening, but severe weather is not likely. Some spots in the southern and eastern portions of the Miami Valley may see a storm through the early afternoon on Thursday, but we will begin to clear up and cool down behind the front leading into Friday. Over the weekend, we'll once again see a chance for isolated rain and thunder, but highs will stay in the 70s.
Today's Record Temperatures