CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The weather won't be great the next four days, but it isn't looking that bad either.
Let's break it down in detail.
Saturday will start out quiet with mostly cloudy skies.
Beginning around lunch time, pop up showers and storms are expected. Not everyone will see rain, but if you're going to be out, you should keep the umbrella handy should one of these storms move over your location. We do not anticipate any severe weather. These storms will peak during the early afternoon and should be all gone by the early evening. Saturday night plans are looking good with lows falling into the mid 60s.
Sunday is looking like the best day for outdoor activities. The humidity won't be low, but lower than any other day during the holiday weekend. This will keep rain chances out of here. Patchy fog in the early morning, but then partly cloudy skies with normal temperatures for this time of year.
The humidity will climb a little on Monday and that means storm chances will return. It will be a hot day with highs in the upper 80s and feels like temperatures in the low 90s. Look for partly cloudy skies in the morning to become mostly cloudy in the afternoon. A lot of folks will stay dry, but isolated showers and thunderstorms will be around from late afternoon through the early overnight hours.
Storm chances climb even more for the Fourth of July on Tuesday. Look for mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with scattered showers and thunderstorms from afternoon through the overnight hours. This said, don't cancel your Independence Day plans just yet.
At this time, we do not expect rain throughout the day. There will be breaks and some may stay dry. Fireworks Tuesday night may still be ok. Still some questions about this forecast though, so stay tuned. High temps will again be in the mid 80s.
We'll be updating this forecast multiple times a day through the holiday! Get the latest forecast on-air, online, and on the Fox 19 First Alert Weather app.