Today: A warm, muggy start to the day. Rain will develop through the morning first in the SW and spread over the area. We’ll keep off & on showers around through the mid-afternoon. High 82. SSW winds 4-8 mph.
Tonight: A shower or storm early then a little cooler (not much) with patchy fog late, a little thicker south of I-70. Low 68. Light, variable winds.
Tomorrow: Hot and humid with the chance for more showers and storms in the afternoon. High 85. Light, variable winds.
Saturday: Chance for more showers and storms – especially in the afternoon. Muggy again. High 83. SW winds 3-6 mph.
Weather Discussion: We have a stalled front in the south of the state. Showers and storms will ride along it and rain will pick up through the morning. The best chance for rain will be south of I-70 but we’ll have some rain north of it – most of it will just fall south with heavier rain near the river. Showers and storms will taper off overnight and we’ll be mild & muggy. More rain will develop on Friday, especially in the afternoon and it’ll be a little warmer with a few more breaks in the clouds. Rain chances continue on Saturday. We’ll start to see some drier air working in on Sunday but it’ll start getting warmer. We’re back into the upper 80s to right around 90 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with rain chances returning on Wednesday.
Alerts: Flash Flood Watch in Pike, Scioto & Jackson counties. The SPC has a marginal risk for strong storms along parts of the Atlantic Coast and a Slight Risk through VA. There’s a chance for strong storms over the Central Plains.
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