Storm Center 7

A cold night expected as temperatures fall into the 50s after sunset; Patchy frost possible north

QUICK LOOK FORECAST:

  • A cold night
  • Patchy frost possible north
  • Milder mid-week, then turning cold

DETAILED FORECAST:

TONIGHT: Clear and cool through the evening with temperatures falling into the 50s after sunset, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. Overnight will be quite cold with a low in the upper 30s in Dayton. Areas to the north will be even colder with the possibility of some patchy frost.

TUESDAY: A cold start with some spots in the middle to upper 30s. It’ll warm up a bit for the afternoon with sunny skies. Highs will reach around 70 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: A beautiful day! Highs expected in the low 70s, sunny and dry.

THURSDAY: Sun will give way to clouds as a cold front approaches. Most spots will stay dry, but a stray shower will be possible across the northern Miami Valley. Highs for the day will reach the mid-70s then a big drop in temperatures is expected Thursday night once the front clears the area.

FRIDAY: Much cooler! Temperatures start in the low 40s and highs only reach the upper 50s for the afternoon!

SATURDAY: A cold morning expected, with temperatures in the 30s across the Miami Valley. Some frost is possible as long as the winds will be calm enough. Sunny skies are expected for the afternoon with a high only the mid-50s.

SUNDAY: Another cold and frosty start to the day, with temperatures in the mid-30s early then warming to the lower 60s for the afternoon with sunny skies.

MONDAY: Not as cold, but still chilly early, with morning temperatures in the 40s. Sun mixed with a few clouds in the afternoon and highs in the upper 60s.