Overnight: Skies will be clear but it will be chilly as temperatures fall into the lower 40s, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Dontae Jones said.
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Wednesday: Another quiet morning, but with slightly lower temperatures in the 40s. Expect sunshine with increasing clouds throughout the day as highs are back to normal in the upper 50s. A stray shower could pass the far northern Miami Valley at night, but most areas will stay dry.
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Thursday: It'll be dry to start the day, before becoming breezy and mild with a mix of sun and clouds. At night, some showers will start to arrive as we get closer to sunrise Friday. Expect gusty winds as well. High temperatures for the day will peak in the low 70s.
Friday: Ongoing showers and storms continue into the early morning hours. Localized heavy rain and strong winds over 40 mph will be the current impacts. Rain will taper off into the day as the front passes, but it'll stay windy. Temperatures will likely be in the low 60s early on, but quickly get cooler into the evening.
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Saturday: A cool morning will start the weekend with temperatures in the upper 30s. It'll be dry and quiet with sun and clouds. Temperatures will reach into the mid-50s, which is closer to normal.
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Sunday: Cloudy with a chance of showers. Temperatures will be seasonable, around 60 degrees.