FIRST ALERT: Dangerous heat and flooding rain

FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS remain in effect for Fayette, Franklin and Union counties in SE Indiana until 7:30 a.m.
Tracking heavy rain Friday morning tapering off this morning with more opportunities for rain Friday evening into Saturday. Otherwise, hot and humid!
Published: Jan. 16, 2023 at 9:46 PM EST|Updated: Jul. 28, 2023 at 5:07 AM EDT
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CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Friday and Saturday are FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAYS. Heat and humidity will again combine to push the Heat Index above 100º and in a few spots as high as 110º.

All rain ends overnight and tomorrow will be another sultry, hot, uncomfortable day. We can say the same for Saturday. Scattered thunderstorms Friday could bring downpours and dangerous lightning once again. southeast Warren and southwest Clinton counties until 9pm.

Friday is expected to be the warmest day this year so far in Cincinnati temperature-wise, with a high in the mid 90s. Again tomorrow is a First Alert Weather Day due to the heat, if you are planning on going outside, make sure to take frequent breaks and stay hydrated. Pets are also a concern, make sure they are staying cool as well. Temperatures rise under partly cloudy skies, with humidity values also spiking in the afternoon.

The weekend sees the beginning of the cool-down, with a cold front and a band of storms moving through the area on Saturday, knocking temperatures back down to average for the beginning of next week. Humidity also decreases moving into Monday under partly cloudy skies.

The rest of next week stays under partly cloudy skies and average temperatures until Thursday, which has a spike in temperatures and chances for showers and storms. lows also drop into the mid 60s through the beginning of August.

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