Storms Have Moves Out, Steamy Friday On Tap
Temperatures on the way to near 91 degrees.
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Our rain and storms have pushed out of the Tri-State, now the clean up begins. With huge trees down and high water concerns remaining Friday morning.
Friday morning’s clouds will quickly move out as very warm, muggy air moves back into the tri-state, and for the first time since August 29th of 2021, Cincinnati will have a high of 91. Expect mostly sunny skies and breezy southwesterly winds with gusts up to 35 miles per hour in the afternoon.
It has been a while since Cincinnati has been in the 90s:
- Last 90º+ Day in Cincy, 263 days ago, August 29, High Temp 91º
- Normal High Friday and Saturday May 20th/21st is 76º
- Record High Friday May 20th is 92º set in 1934 and Saturday 92° set in 1941
- Forecast High Friday is 91º and Saturday is 90°
Another day of sticky heat and breezy winds will be with us on Saturday, though isolated showers and storms could develop in the evening hours and overnight Saturday into Sunday. Sunday will be wetter than Saturday, with widespread scattered showers and storms. Temperatures will also be cooler, but still seasonably warm in the mid 70s.
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