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Jeff Booth

Jeff Booth

Doppler 10 Forecast: Patchy fog to start your morning; high 84


Today: Patchy dense fog to start. This will cause some issues on the roads. Some sun will break out before more storms re-develop in the afternoon. High 84. South winds 4-8 mph.
Tonight: A shower or storm early with partly cloudy skies and patchy fog late. Low 68. Light, variable winds.
Tomorrow: Patchy fog to start with another warm, muggy day with more showers and storms forming. Most of those will form in the afternoon. High 84. WSW winds 4-8 mph.
Sunday: A small chance for lingering showers and storms – especially in the SE portion of the state. High 85. WNW winds 4-8 mph.

Special Information: Patchy dense fog to start Friday morning. Beyond that a weak front remains draped across the state. This will give us the chance for more showers and storms over the next few days. Most of these will form in the afternoons. More storms will develop on Friday, mainly in the afternoon. Expect another round Saturday afternoon lingering into Sunday. Sunday afternoon we’ll dry out a little with lingering showers and storms mainly in SE Ohio. Sun and heat returns Monday and Tuesday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. We’re back near 90 on Wednesday and Thursday with showers and storms becoming scattered on Friday as our next frontal system moves through.


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The SPC has a Marginal Risk for stronger storms in far SW Ohio.

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