The forecast calls for showers through tonight, with a high near 64 and a low around 51 degrees.
Dayton set a record for the most rainfall on May 19. As of 4:20 p.m., 1.66 inches fell at the Dayton International Airport, breaking the old record of 1½ inches set in 1957. NWS said it will report the final rainfall total at the end of the day.
A chance for showers exists Wednesday, with otherwise cloudy skies and a high near 63 degrees. Wednesday night it will be 52 degrees with a chance of showers tapering off after 3 a.m.
Rain chances increase Thursday, with thunderstorms possible during the day. Highs will be around 68 degrees. Thursday night there still will be a chance of rain with low temperatures around 55 degrees.