Dense fog develops across area as flood advisories expire

  • Record daily rainfall in Dayton on Monday
  • Foggy start Tuesday morning
  • Warmer temperatures arrive 
  • More ups and downs in the long-range forecast

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UPDATE @2 a.m.

All flood advisories have now expired.

A new rainfall record was set in Dayton on Monday with 2.44” falling, breaking for old record of 1.12” set in 1927.

There is already dense fog across the area, with visibility now under ½ mile in some spots.

OVERNIGHT: Rain showers will come to an end overnight with a few breaks in the clouds expected. Temperatures will dip back into the 30s. 

Areas of fog are expected to develop into Tuesday morning. 

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TUESDAY: Dry start, with mostly cloudy skies. Highs in the middle 50s again. A few showers may pass in the southern Miami Valley in the evening. Clouds break into the night.

WEDNESDAY: Plenty of sunshine throughout the day, but much cooler. Highs around 10 degrees below normal. Dry from start to finish.

RELATED: WHIO Interactive Radar

THURSDAY: Another pleasant spring day. Highs climb to normal around 50. Scattered clouds increase at night.

FRIDAY: Ending the week with warmer than normal temperatures. Highs soar to the middle 60s. Scattered showers develop through the day.

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