This morning is another cool one with many locations, especially valleys, recording low temperatures in the 40s again. Yesterday morning the official low, recorded at CVG, was 51° at 4:49 am, only 2° warmer than the record low of 49° set in 1927. The record low for this morning is 50° set in 1987, which we have a chance of breaking.
The uncharacteristically low humidity continues this afternoon and that combined with the mild temperatures and light breeze maker for a pleasant afternoon. The homebound commute will have no weather related troubles.
As a system approaches from the west and humidity increases Thursday look for rain with some thunder Thursday night. Friday and Saturday will have some rain and thunder while Sunday looks like only a slight chance of rain.
-FOX19 NOW First Alert Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer
More sun than clouds
Times of sun and clouds