CINCINNATI, Ohio (FOX19) - Chalk up another day with a high temperature in the 90s.
Tuesday marked the fifteenth day this year to warm to 90 degrees or hotter. The average for a “normal” year is 25 days, so it looks like Cincinnati is well on its way to at least an average number of 90-degree days.
Now that the remnants of Hurricane Barry have reached the FOX19 NOW viewing area, we will have a few bands of showers. A few non-severe thunderstorms may pop up in the shower bands, but they will remain weaker than severe thunderstorm thresholds.
More shower activity is in Wednesday’s forecast, but showers will decrease in number as the day goes on.
Tomorrow cloud cover will be fairly thick and the high temperature will only reach the mid- and upper-80s. The humidity will still be sky-high.
Once the remnants of Barry are off to the northeast temperatures will rebound. It looks like each day Thursday through Sunday will be in the 90s.
A few days could reach the upper-90s, with a heat index as hot as 106 degrees Friday and Saturday. Relief starts to move into the FOX19 NOW viewing area Monday.