Today: Sunny and a bit milder in the afternoon; high in the mid 60s
Tonight: Clear and chilly again; low in the lower 40s
Wednesday: Sunny skies; high in the upper 60s
Thursday and Friday: Sunny; highs in the low 70s
Our coldest night in 207 days! Yes, that’s the last time we fell into the 30s in the Dayton area. We’re only expecting upper 30s for most, but also the threat for some spotty light frost in places. This will not be a killing frost by any means, so if you do not protect plants they will be just fine. Sun all day Tuesday will feel nice, and we’ll recover a good 25 degrees or so, allowing us to rise into the low to mid 60s. Each day the rest of the week will feature mainly clear skies at night and sunny skies by day. That pattern will mean each successive day starts and ends a touch warmer. By the end of the workweek afternoon temperatures will be in the low to mid 70s and overnight lows near 50 … very comfortable in deed. Gradually we’ll start to see some clouds this weekend, but our next rain times out wonderfully. The first drops probably fall after sunset Sunday and linger into Monday morning. That will be followed by another cooldown.
Today's Record Temperatures