- Flood advisory issued for Darke, Preble and Wayne (IN) counties
- Rain ends overnight
- Mild and dry weekend
- Wet and windy Monday
UPDATE @ 11:50 p.m.: A flood advisory issued for parts of Preble (northwest) and Darke counties until midnight has expired, the National Weather Service in Wilmington has announced.
OVERNIGHT: Rain will slowly begin to end after midnight to the southeast. Before then some areas of minor flooding are possible. Temperatures through the night will fall to the lower 30s.
SATURDAY: A cold start to what will be a beautiful start to the weekend. Temperatures will rise to a high around 50 degrees under mostly sunny skies. Staying mainly clear into Saturday night and cold with lows back down around freezing.
SUNDAY: Plenty of sunshine early Sunday with highs clouds filling in through the day. Temperatures will warm to the middle 40 for the afternoon.
MONDAY: Cloudy and mild for Monday with rain arriving into the afternoon. Winds will also increase and may gust up to 30-40mph at times. Temperatures will rise to a high in the lower 50s.
TUESDAY: Temperatures will be falling from the 50s early into the 40s by evening. Clouds will linger with a few passing showers possible.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, blustery and cold for Wednesday. A few passing rain or snow showers are possible as the northwest winds may pick up some moisture off of the Great Lakes. Highs for the day in the upper 30s.