- Gusty winds continue before calming down overnight
- Tracking dry and quiet conditions to finish off the weekend
- Lots of sunshine and cooler temperatures in the Miami Valley
Tonight: Temperatures falling into the 30s for the overnight hours as a cold front moves into our region, according to Meteorologist Molly Coates. Some regions of the Miami Valley could see near or below freezing temperatures. A few passing showers could mix into snow showers, however the chance for precipitation will be ending late tonight, and turning partly cloudy. No snow accumulation is expected. Winds will be slowly calming down after midnight. Cold and clear conditions allows for frosty conditions to develop in the late overnight hours.
Sunday: Patchy frost in the AM. A cold morning with temperatures in the 30s and wind chills in the 20s. Sunday will be coolest day of the season so far as highs are only anticipated to reach the upper 40s for the afternoon. A high pressure system moves into the Miami Valley bringing lots of sunshine, cooler temperatures for today, and into the work week.
Monday: School kids will need to bundle up Monday morning as temperatures will once again start in the 30s. Areas of patchy frost are possible to start the day. Lots of sunshine expected for the afternoon and a bit milder with highs in the middle 50s.
Tuesday: Sunny and dry conditions in the Miami Valley with temperatures in the upper 50s.
Wednesday: Another bright, sunny day with highs in the middle 50s.
Thursday: Abundant sunshine with temperatures reaching near 52 degrees.