First Alert Weather: Rainy Sunday & Monday; cold Halloween
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A possibility of rain is in the forecast for Saturday afternoon and evening, but there will be widespread rain along with cold weather on Sunday and Monday.
Scattered showers will continue Sunday midday into early afternoon. There is a brief lull in activity Sunday mid-afternoon into the early evening, but widespread rain returns just before sunset.
Widespread rain Sunday night into Monday morning with moderate to heavy rain at times.
Winds won’t be terrible Sunday, although it will be mild and cloudy. Highs will be in the mid-60s.
Heavy rain continues Monday through the afternoon hours as the cold front finally passes. The front will also usher in gusty winds and a few thunderstorms.
The Monday morning commute will be wet with ponding roads likely and continuing showers.
There is no risk of severe weather at this time.
The powerful cold front that will be delivering all of this rain will sweep through the Tri-State midday Monday and push the rain out in the early afternoon hours.
Monday morning temperatures start off in the low-to-mid 50s before plummeting to the lower 40s in the afternoon.
Halloween will be cold but dry, with temperatures in the low-40s during Trick-or-Treat and wind chills in the 30s.
Overnight lows fall to the 20s Wednesday morning, with flurries possible.
Temperatures will rebound late in the week, with sunshine going into next weekend.
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