- Clear and cold tonight
- Warming up this week
- Showers return Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Overnight: Clear skies remain through the overnight. Winds will slowly subside. It will be another cold one, with lows in the upper 20s.
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Wednesday: Another chilly morning in the upper 20s. Again, a lot of sunshine through the day. Winds shift and start coming out of the south. This southerly breeze and sun will help raise temperatures above normal into the upper 50s. Clouds increase at night.
Thursday: Becoming mostly cloudy. Breezy and very mild with highs in the low 60s. A boundary will drift south and could trigger a few showers in the northern half of the Miami Valley. A lot of dry time though, especially south of Interstate 70 during the day. More rain moves in overnight.
Friday: Scattered showers possible, again, favoring cities north of I-70. Breezy and very mild, in the low 60s.
Saturday: Scattered showers and some storms possible as a strong storm system moves through. Winds will be gusty outside of any storms. Highs in the upper 50s. Showers may end with a few wet snowflakes.
Sunday: A drier, but cooler day expected. Clouds will gradually decrease with highs in the lower 40s. Still a bit breezy, so wind chills will remain in the 30s for the afternoon.