CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Wednesday will be sunny and bright again, with afternoon temperatures a bit warmer than Tuesday.
Before sunset high, thin clouds will begin to arrive in Cincinnati. The cloud cover will make Opening Day partly to mostly cloudy and with those clouds will come a few brief, very light sprinkles that will fall in only a few locations. Compared to the coldest home opener, 38° in 1935, or the hottest, 86° in 1896, or the wettest, 0.83” in 1900, or the snowiest, 4” in 1977, 2019 will standout only because the weather will be outstanding. Temperatures will be in the middle 50s at noon as the Findlay Market Parade begins and the middle 60s at 4:10 pm as the game begins. Friday and Saturday will bring rain to the area and Sunday will bring dry, blustery cold weather. With high temperatures in the low 40s, wind chill temperatures at time Sunday will be in the upper 20s.