Early Week Warm-Up

Days at a Glance:

Monday: High – 77  Low – 54  Precipitation – 10% light showers around midnight  Winds – S at 11-12 mph   Skies – partly to mostly cloudy with peaks of sunshine

Tuesday: High – 80 Low – 61  Precipitation – 40% light showers mid-morning into the afternoon associated with a stalling front paralleling the Ohio River to our north  Winds – S at 12-17 mph  Skies – mostly cloudy to overcast

Wednesday: High – 84  Low – 63  Precipitation – 10% light showers mid-morning  Winds – SSE at 12-17 mph  Skies – mostly cloudy early clearing to partly cloudy into the afternoon



After a warm and beautiful weekend, temperatures will remain on the warming trend, but clouds will be more of a presence. A frontal boundary will lose steam and stall out to our north along the Ohio River late Monday night into Tuesday morning. Occasional and spotty showers will be a possibility during this time into the afternoon Tuesday with accumulations under a tenth of an inch. It will remain stationary for most of Tuesday and then progress north as a warm front for Wednesday into Thursday.


NAM 00Z Thursday (7 PM Wednesday night) wind, temperature, and mean sea level pressure. Notice the developing disturbance over the central plains with distinct boundaries taking form to our north and across the upper Great Plains. A snapshot of what’s to come into the latter half of our work week.

South winds will be priming our area with warm, moisture-laden gulf air for the next couple of days. Aloft, a deep disturbance is beginning to take shape, and will provide large-scale ascent for us during the latter half of the work week. With this said, transition is clearly in the air for Thursday and Friday. Further monitoring will continue as the system unfolds.

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