Week at a Glance:
Thursday Night: 20% chance of showers and storms before 2 am. Low of 67°. Calm winds.
Friday: Isolated showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. Chance of precipitation 40%. Calm winds not exceeding 5mph. High of 86°.
Friday Night: Any chance of rain should diminish before midnight. Calm winds for the evening with a low of 65°.
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies with a high near 87°. Winds out of the east at 5-8mph.
Saturday Night: Clouds move into the area with a low of 64°. Easterly winds of 3-6mph.
Friday continues our trend of isolated afternoon showers and storms. A stationary front is positioned just to our north along the Ohio River allowing for moisture to build up in our area. Mostly clear skies to begin the day will allow for a high chance for convection to occur in area causing scattered storms
. Chances for rain and these storms will be mainly after noon. As night fall arrives, the chances for storms disappears and anything that does fire up, will fall apart. Saturday ends this streak with a sunny, but windy day. The stationary front will move out of our area snapping the chance for rain for part of the weekend. This makes for nice weekend ahead.