Saturday: Clouds & peeks of sun at times; high 40
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy; low in the low 30s
Sunday: Cloudy with light afternoon rain, possibly mixed with some flakes; high 40
Monday: Mix of sun and clouds; high in mid 40s
Some glimpses of sun Saturday, but maybe not much more than that. Despite a little sun, it will not be any warmer than the past two days, in part due to a slightly colder start. Sun will be hard to find Sunday as well, with the only chance perhaps very early in the day. The afternoon will bring the chance of some light rain, with a few flakes mixing in, mainly across the northern Miami Valley. Afternoon temperatures again will reach about 40 degrees. Monday I expect we will see more sun, mixed with clouds, and afternoon temperatures should respond, reaching the mid 40s. Upper 40s are in the forecast for Tuesday, but clouds and rain at times will mean we really don’t get to enjoy the milder air. Another day in the 40s in on tap for Wednesday. Eventually rain will return, followed by much colder air, and that means a change to some light snow before it ends. Right now the timing of all that looks to be Wednesday night into Thursday morning, with the greatest impact on Thursday morning’s commute. The timing is the only thing that might change, the impact will be the same … temperatures Thursday will eventually fall into the 20s and it will be windy. A few flurries will hang around Friday and temperatures probably will not get out of the 20s all day. Next weekend will stay cold, but looks to be dry.
Today's Record Temperatures