- Some clearing, patchy fog developing overnight
- Showers return to the area midweek
- Strong storm system could bring severe weather, winds to area by Friday
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Skies will remain mostly cloudy with cool temperatures slowly dropping back into the 30s after dark.
Expect some breaks in the clouds toward morning. Patchy fog will be possible late tonight through daybreak. Temperatures will fall to around 30 degrees by morning.
Clouds will break for lots of sunshine in the afternoon. It will be cool with highs in the upper 40s.
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Clouds will increase with showers developing in the afternoon. It will also become breezy. Highs will be in the lower 50s.
THURSDAY: Clouds finally break for more sunshine. Cooler than normal though in the upper 40s.
Expect clouds to increase with showers developing by afternoon. Rain is expected to become more widespread by late Friday evening with increasing winds. Wind gusts may top 45 mph Friday night with heavier rain.
The Storm Prediction Center does has the far western Miami Valley in discussion for severe storms Friday/Saturday. Your Storm Center 7 team does agree that the Miami Valley will have an elevated threat for strong storms during that time. A band of rain and storms is expected to develop along and a head of the late week front. Ingredients point to a threat for damaging winds over 40MPH, possibly isolated gusts up to 60MPH. In the coming days, we will bring updates to any other severe weather threats as the timing of the cold front becomes more clear.
Expect numerous showers in the morning with strong winds through the day. Wind gusts up to 50mph will be possible. Temperatures will also fall through the 40s and into the 30s by evening. Some snow showers or flurries will be possible by Saturday evening.