CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Any shower activity will end slightly after midnight and the morning commute will be dry but very muggy. There could also be a few patches of fog but thin enough that traffic is not impacted.
Isolated showers and thunderstorms could develop in a few spots once again Wednesday afternoon but most locations will not see rain. The next seven days will be warm to hot and humid and each day has the small chance that an isolated shower or small thunderstorm will pop up but there is no rain in the forecast you can be confident will water your lawn or garden. Because of the nature of isolated warm season thunderstorms one or two locations each day may receive too much rain while a short distance away the soil remains parched.
For the next two weeks air temperatures are expected to be near average for late August and rainfall mostly spotty. –Steve Horstmeyer