Cooler and drier air will filter into our area Thursday, yielding cool temperatures at night in the 40s and 50s into Saturday morning, and 70s and 80s for afternoons through Saturday. The humidity will remain very low and feeling dry.
By Sunday however, low pressure advancing from the Ohio River Valley will bring clouds and occasional showers to the region. Sunday is not looking like it will be a washout, meaning raining the entire time, but the Summer variety of pop up showers. Rainfall estimates will be between .10-.25" but isolated heavier pockets may result up to .50" which is a decent downpour.
Showers and thunderstorms will linger into early next week, especially Monday and Tuesday. For more on the weather head to that section of our website here!
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