Will rain ruin your New Year’s Eve plans?

On the morning of New Year’s Eve, temperatures will likely start near the mid-30s under mostly cloudy skies. Near sunrise, a low pressure system will introduce warm air and moisture into the Miami Valley, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Jesse Maag said. 

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Models are in agreement that the Miami Valley will see rain and plenty of it throughout the day Monday. 

Dayton could see totals between 1-2’’ of rain with this system. 

Temperatures are expected to climb into the lower 50s, but depending on the exact track of the storm, we could see ever warmer temperatures. 

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Rain showers will continue even after the sun sets. 

Neither storms nor winds are expected to accompany the rain on New Year’s Eve. 

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