You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.

GREAT REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY!

  • IN-DEPTH REPORTING
  • INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
  • NEW TOPICS & COVERAGE
  • ePAPER
X

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and interactive features. Starting at just 99c for 8 weeks.

X

Welcome to SpringfieldNewsSun.com

Your source for Clark and Champaign counties’ hometown news. All readers have free access to a limited number of stories every month.

If you are a News-Sun subscriber, please take a moment to login for unlimited access.

Front to deliver showers, thunderstorms


A coming cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms to the region, and some of that activity may work into the northern Miami Valley on Tuesday so temperatures for some in that part of the region may not get out of the 50s.

Those showers will then slide to the southeast, overspreading the region through the first half of the day.

Wednesday looks to be not as wet as Tuesday, so just a few showers and thunderstorms are expected, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson said Monday night. Since the front will head back north, the region should be a bit warmer with temperatures for most hitting 70, but perhaps only in the 60s far north.

With the front lifting back north later Wednesday and then returning as the final cold front around sunrise Friday, the region will be on the warm side of the front Thursday and that will be the warmest day of the week with highs in the upper 70s.

If enough sun breaks through, temps in the region could hit 80 in spots. Thunderstorms should hold off just northwest of the area until late in the day or evening on Thursday, but the far northwest could get some rain during the day.

For Friday, the cold front looks to move through in the morning. That will increase the chances for some morning thunderstorms, with rain lingering into the afternoon. Highs are expected to reach only into the 50s.


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Community News

New degrees could help with Wright State’s budget problems
New degrees could help with Wright State’s budget problems

New degrees at Wright State will offer more options for students but also another source of revenue for the cash-strapped university. Wright State officials took steps Friday to add a new bachelor’s degree program in neuroscience and another in business entrepreneurship, which combined could eventually net the university more than $1.4 million...
First lady Melania Trump: 5 things to know about her inauguration look
First lady Melania Trump: 5 things to know about her inauguration look

The inauguration of President Donald Trump drew hundreds of thousands of spectators, but many had their eyes on First Lady Melania Trump. What would she wear? How will she style her hair? Here's a breakdown of her inauguration look: As is customary for many incoming first ladies, Trump wore clothes by an American designer. Harper's Bazaar reported ...
Barack, Michelle Obama discuss post-White House plans
Barack, Michelle Obama discuss post-White House plans

Barack and Michelle Obama officially left the White House on Friday when Donald Trump was inaugurated as the nation's 45th president.  >> Read more trending stories   The 44th president and the former first lady waved to crowds and wished the Trumps well as they made their final public appearance as the presidential couple. The...
Farmer brings livestock to protest inauguration
Farmer brings livestock to protest inauguration

Abbott told BuzzFeed News, "It’s time we get corporate money out of our government, out of our farms, out of our food, out of our families, out of our freedom.”  Abbot said the four-legged crew, Thaddeus, Shay and Tragically Cute, enjoy marching. The dove, named Hubert, spent most of the protest sleeping inside of Abbott's...
VICTIM’S FAMILY: God has a purpose...through this tragedy
VICTIM’S FAMILY: God has a purpose...through this tragedy

The 16-year-old victim in the West Liberty Salem High School shooting is identified as Logan Cole. He remains in critical but stable condition at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus according to hospital officials speaking on behalf of his family.  Logan Cole’s family released a statement late Friday afternoon: “We are thankful...
More Stories