Heat index approaches 90 degrees into weekend

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  • Areas of fog develop late tonight
  • Heat Index near 90 Saturday afternoon
  • Some showers from Florence possible Monday 

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Overnight: Skies will be generally clear with temperatures falling into the upper 60s. Some patchy areas of fog will be possible. 

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Saturday: A warm start to the day with some areas of fog. Temperatures will warm quickly through the morning with highs into the middle 80s for the afternoon. It will feel much warmer with the humidity creating a heat index around 90. Some clouds will linger with breaks for sunshine. Most will remain dry, but a slight chance of a stray shower is possible in the afternoon.

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Sunday: Lots of sunshine early on will be followed by some clouds late afternoon into the night. It will be another warm and muggy day with highs in the lower 80s. A few showers may move in from the south Sunday night as the remnants of Florence move closer. 

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Monday: Scattered showers are likely as what’s left of Florence move through Ohio. Winds may also pick up a bit through the afternoon with slightly lower temperatures. Highs expected in the upper 70s, which is normal. 

Tuesday: Some morning clouds will give way to sunshine. Highs in the afternoon in the lower 80s.

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Wednesday: Partly sunny skies, warm and muggy with highs in the lower 80s. 

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