2018 was Cincinnati’s third-wettest year on record

2018 was Cincinnati’s third-wettest year on record
There is no rain in the forecast Wednesday.

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The final total is in! It’s official, 2018 was Cincinnati’s third-wettest year on record with a rainfall total of 55.90 inches.

There is no rain in the forecast Wednesday, just the same low, gray cloud cover we’ve had.

There may be a few thin spots in the gray veil later in the day, but cloud cover will dominate Wednesday’s sky. By dawn the sky will still be cloudy around the Tri-State, setting us up for another chilly, gray day.

Showers return late Friday and end during the day Saturday. Saturday late afternoon and Sunday will be dry. More rain shower activity will arrive Monday and end by dawn Tuesday. The remainder of the week will be dry with chilly mornings and cool afternoons. Right now it looks like we will string together three consecutive days with abundant sunshine and highs mostly in the lower 50s.

The Climate Prediction Center says that this month will be drier than normal in the Ohio River Valley and temperatures are most likely to be close to normal.

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