Sunday Night: Cloudy and warm. Patchy fog developing by the morning.
Low: 35. Wind: SW 3-7 mph
Monday: Mostly cloudy. A stray shower possible, especially early. Otherwise dry and warm.
High: 48. Wind: SW 5-11 mph
Tuesday: Becoming partly cloudy. Very warm and breezy.
High: 50. Wind: WSW 8-18 mph
After nearly two weeks or Arctic air, the Miami Valley caught a break this weekend. Showers are moving out, but mild air is still left behind. A cloudy night will keep temperatures above freezing, in the mid-30s. By the morning, some spots could see light to moderate fog developing. This will not be a major fog event, but watch out for reduced visibility during rush hour. A few showers may also return, so keep the umbrella in the car, or wear a rain jacket heading to the car or bus stop. By the afternoon, temperatures will reach the upper-40s despite not much sunshine. The chance for rain ends going into Tuesday as more sun appears. This will set us up for high temps to reach the low-50s during a breezy and warm Tuesday.
A cold front will slowly sink into southern Ohio Wednesday morning. This front will be rather inactive, but high temps will be in the low-40s on Wednesday while staying partly cloudy. That front will lift back north again for Thursday, drawing in more warm air that will bring high temps back to the upper-40s and low-50s. Rain will develop Friday afternoon as the front stalls out to our northwest. Right now, it looks like the front will stay stationary through Christmas, keeping us in the warm sector. This means a white Christmas is not looking likely. The only way we could possibly have an inch of snow on the ground by Christmas morning is if the front passes through on Christmas Eve. The likely scenario is that the Arctic air will return right after Christmas for a very cold end to the year.
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