Other than a stray light sprinkle, it’s all systems go for Opening Day

Other than a stray light sprinkle, it’s all systems go for Opening Day
All systems are go for the Findlay Market Parade and for the Reds opener against Pittsburgh. (Source: WXIX)

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The high temperature Wednesday of 59 degrees is a degree warmer than normal, and when combined with the strong late March sunshine it felt like a nice early Spring day.

Thursday is expected to be warmer with more cloud cover -- it will also be dry unless you count a stray, very light sprinkle that may fall in a few locations. So, all systems are go for the Findlay Market Parade and for the Reds opener against Pittsburgh.

Play ball! Here's your Opening Day forecast

Rain will fall from time-to-time Friday.

Saturday the rain will fall most of, if not all of, the day with some thunder mixed in. Rain could be occasionally heavy Saturday.

Sunday morning a few flakes of snow are possible followed by a breezy and cold day with high temps in the low 40s and wind chills occasionally as cold in the upper 20s.

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