Warming trend underway; rain returns mid-week


Clouds will break as we head into the evening hours, at least briefly, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said. Temperatures will hold in the 30s.

>> BRRR! Today is anniversary for lowest temperature ever recorded in Dayton

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Above-normal temps this week
  • Rain arrives late Wednesday
  • Soaking rain Thursday ends as snow Friday

>> 5-Day Forecast

DETAILED FORECAST

Tonight: Clouds will increase again late with nearly steady temperatures in the middle 30s.

>> WHIO Live Doppler 7 Radar

Wednesday: Clouds will thicken through the day with showers developing late in the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the lower 50s.

>> SOLAR STORM: Could hit parts of Earth Thursday morning

Thursday: Showers will be likely, especially by late in the day and into the evening. Some heavy rain is possible along with a rumble of thunder. It will be unseasonably warm with high temperatures around 60 degrees. It will be breezy at times.

>> SkyWitness7

Friday: Showers in the morning will mix with or change to snow before ending. Little to no snow accumulation is expected. It will be breezy. Temperatures will start the day in the lower 40s but fall into the 30s.

>> WHIO Weather App

Saturday: Expect clouds to break with cool temperatures holding in the upper 30s with blustery conditions.

>> County-by-County Weather

Sunday: Skies will be mostly sunny through much of the day with clouds increasing late in the afternoon. There will be the chance for rain Sunday night. Highs top out near 40 degrees.


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