- Rain and storms end overnight
- Increasing heat and humidity continues
- Rounds of storm through the weekend
Overnight: Steady rain and a few thunderstorms continue to drift south through the Miami Valley, mainly west of I-75. The threat for strong storms is dwindling now that we are entering the overnight hours. Precipitation will come to an end over the next few hours, but clouds will linger into the morning. Temperatures will drop to the middle 60s by daybreak.
Friday: Partly sunny, warm and humid. Scattered showers and storms likely to develop into the afternoon and evening. A couple of storms could become strong to severe. Main threats would be heavy rain, gusty winds and small hail. Temperatures for the day will climb into the middle 80s. A shower or thunderstorm may linger into the night, but the threat for any severe weather will end. Temperatures will once again stay mild with lows barely falling into the upper 60s.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid again. Another round of showers and thunderstorms expected to develop, especially into the afternoon and evening. Again, one or two storms could become strong to severe with heavy rain, gusty winds and hail. Temperatures will rise back into the lower 80s.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy skies, still warm and muggy. A front just to our south may bring a few more showers and storms. Cities and towns south of I-70 are in the best positions to see storms. Severe threat is low, but something to be monitored if the front is not as far south as originally forecast. Temperatures will rise into the lower 80s.
Monday: Showers and storms return. Warm and muggy again, with highs in the lower 80s.
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