Spring break outlook: Individual forecasts for whether you are staying home or heading south

Spring break starts today for many Miami Valley Schools and Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell has a weather outlook personalized for you. So whether you are staying around town or heading to a warmer destination we have you covered.

Explore5 Day Forecast

Ohio- For those of you that are staying in the area Saturday is the day with the least chance of rain. If you have any plans to go outdoors it would be best to schedule your events any time on Saturday.  Every other day this week a chance of rain exists with highs averaging around 45 degrees. If you are planning on attending opening day of the Cincinnati Reds make sure to bring an umbrella because there is a 60 percent chance of rain on Thursday.

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Florida- If you are headed to the Sunshine State for your week off then you will want to get your activities in before the weekend. Monday thru Thursday the forecast calls for sunny skies with highs in the low 80s. Friday there is a 40 percent chance of rain and on Saturday there is a 30 percent chance. Most of Florida will have high temperatures in the 80s inland and in the upper 70s along the coast. A cold front will begin to impact the East Coast and Florida late in the week and to start the weekend and may bring showers.

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Carolinas- If you find North or South Carolina as your destination then Thursday and Friday should be your only wet days. High pressure will be building off the southeast coast allowing for southerly winds to bring up mild temperatures into this region.   Partly cloudy skies are expected Monday thru Wednesday with temperatures starting at 50 degrees on Monday and rising to the mid 70s by Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday are expected to be dry with a high near 65.

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