Wind advisory Thursday, T-storms possible this weekend

A wind advisory goes into effect from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday for the entire Miami Valley with wind gusts up to 50 mph possible. The following counties are affected: Auglaize, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Logan, Mercer, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby, Warren and Wayne (Indiana).

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  • Few showers possible overnight
  • Windy; gusts up to 50 mph
  • Rain and storms this weekend

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Overnight: Clouds will gradually increase with some light scattered showers passing through. Winds relax a bit early in the night then increase again towards morning. The added cloud cover and direction of the winds will keep temperatures up overnight with lows only dipping into the upper 40s.

Thursday: The morning may start with a few lingering showers north, but quickly dry out with decreasing clouds through the day. It will be a very windy day with winds that could gust up to 50 mph. A Wind Advisory is in effect from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the entire Miami Valley. Driving may be difficult for some, especially those in higher profile vehicles. Winds also will increase the treat for fire danger. A small spark could lead to wildfires. Limiting any outdoor burning is advised. Sporadic power outages and tree damage also is possible. Anything that is left unsecured could blow away in these windy conditions. The winds and afternoon sunshine will push temperatures into the lower 70s. It will stay dry with a few scattered clouds Thursday night, which will be mild with lows in the middle 50s.

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Friday: Sunshine and a few clouds are expected on this warmer day. Highs should reach the middle 70s for the afternoon. It will be another windy day with gusts over 30 mph possible. Clouds will return into Friday night with the chance for showers by Saturday morning.

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Saturday: Chance of scattered showers and a few storms, otherwise mostly cloudy windy and warm with highs around 70 degrees. Saturday does not appear to be a washout, as the main threat for rain likely to develop Saturday night into Sunday as a cold front and an area of low pressure moves into the region.

Sunday: Rain and a few storms are expected. Too soon to say any potential for severe weather, but with the higher soil moisture content and steady, heavy rain at times, the threat for flooding exists. It will be another windy day even outside of any thunderstorms. Highs approach 60 degrees then fall once a cold front passes.

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Monday: Mostly cloudy, breezy and cooler with a few scattered rain/snow showers. Temperatures only reach highs in the lower 40s, but it'll feel cooler due to the winds.

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