Showers for areas near the Ohio River and along/north of I-64 this morning affiliated with a cold front. However, the rain tapers off for most areas by Midday with afternoon sunshine expected. It’ll be cooler than yesterday (and cooler than average) with highs staying in the Mid 50s. Tonight, under a clear sky with calm winds…lows will fall down to the freezing mark.
A warm southerly wind will take over by Wednesday afternoon, and temps rebound nicely into the low 60s ahead of the next cold front that’ll cross our area Thursday morning. Rain moves in with this front making it a rainy Thursday. Rainfall estimates of around 1″ are possible. We’re also monitoring the potential for a wintry mix or light snow on the tail end of this system by Thurday afternoon/evening, but no accumulations are expected at this time. However, expect MUCH COLDER AIR behind this front with 20s by Friday morning and highs only near 40° by Friday afternoon. More 20s are on deck for Saturday morning with temps climbing a bit into the mid 50s by the time Sunday afternoon rolls around.
Veterans Day: We’re closing monitoring the forecast for this day as some forecast models are hinting at the chance for snow. There are still several days to monitor this potential, but be mindful of that possibility. Stay tuned.