Temperatures to rise for mid-week

Dark clouds moved into Dayton from the west the last week of September bring autumn like temps and rain showers.
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Dark clouds moved into Dayton from the west the last week of September bring autumn like temps and rain showers.

Credit: JIM NOELKER

Credit: JIM NOELKER

A stalled front will lift north through the area tonight, allowing temperatures to stay steady or rise overnight, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Rain chances will continue to slowly decline through the night and into the early hours of Wednesday morning. Otherwise skies will be cloudy, with temperatures rising to around 62 degrees during the day and falling only a little to around 56 degrees overnight.

The same front on Wednesday will drop south again into the Interstate 71 corridor. Temperatures will remain lower northwest of the front while temperatures rise to near 80 degrees near the Ohio River during the daytime.

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy and much warmer, with temperatures rising to around 74 degrees. Clouds will begin to break up overnight as temperatures fall to around 57 degrees.

Thursday will be sunny and hot, with temperatures rising to near 80 degrees during the day, and falling to around 61 degrees overnight.

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