Yesterday morning with a low temperature of 52°, 2° warmer than the record low set in 1987, was the last of the cool mornings probably until after the middle of July. Medium range weather models indicate temperatures a bit warmer than normal and periods of shower activity for the next two to three weeks. No cool air masses look to be headed our way as the atmosphere settles into a typical summer pattern for the Ohio River Valley states. On the other hand no extended hot spells or heat waves look likely at least until August, an maybe not even then.
There will be a few showers and thunderstorms in Cincinnati metro later today. Friday and Saturday the storms will be numerous but conditions are not favorable for severe storms. It will not rain all the time but the threat of a shower or light thunderstorm will be with us through early next week. The humidity stays too.
-FOX19 NOW First Alert Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer