CINCINNATI, Ohio (FOX19) - With very little in the way of a trigger in the atmosphere tonight, we can expect partly cloudy skies and low temps by morning in the mid 60s.
There is a slim chance some may start off the day Sunday with an isolated shower, but many of us will stay dry during the morning hours.
A warm front will lift toward the region later in the day and may set off a few thunderstorms. The entire area is under a “Marginal Risk” (Level 1/5) for severe weather Sunday with damaging winds as the main threat. However, with the already saturated soils, any heavy rain will renew the flooding threat. Stay “weather aware” Sunday afternoon and evening. Afternoon high temps will manage mid 80s.
A cold front will approach the Tri-State on Monday with a better threat of showers and thunderstorms. Afternoon highs will remain in the low to mid 80s.
Monday’s cold front represents a pattern change in the atmosphere as well.
Right now it appears that building high pressure from Tuesday and beyond will set us up with an extended dry period. Aside from just a slight chance of a shower on Wednesday afternoon, we should see partly cloudy skies through the week with temperatures climbing into the upper 80s.