Staying High and Dry

With a cold front moving through our region yesterday, we are feeling cooler temperatures to start off our work week. Luckily, lots of sun will continue as a high pressure system has made its way into the Ohio Valley. This high pressure system will allow us to continue staying “high and dry” for the next few days until a slight chance of some showers come mid week. These showers are due to a low north of the Great Lakes that could tail in a chance of some light scattered showers Thursday.

Today and most of the day tomorrow will contain lots of sun before clouds build tomorrow afternoon. Other than the slight chance of showers mid week, we will remain mostly dry with sunny skies until the later part of the weekend when the potential of our next weather maker returns. The temperatures will also increase as we move through the week, giving us a shot at temperatures in the mid to upper 60’s by this weekend.

NAM 6Z Cloud Cover


Today (3/18): Mostly sunny and cooler
High: 53
Low: 31
Tonight: Mostly clear

Tuesday (3/19): Mostly sunny and mild with clouds increasing in the afternoon
High: 55
Low: 33
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy

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