Forecaster: Kevin Thiel Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Issued: 8:53 AM
on Wednesday, July
Fog from this morning will quickly dissipate as the air begins to heat up. A weak boundary between two air masses has set up over southern Ohio, and will usher in the chance for showers and a few thunderstorms. Due to the available moisture and the effects of daytime heating, isolated storms will not have too much trouble firing up as we head into the afternoon and evening hours. Highs are expected into the upper 80's today, and could be a few degrees lower if cloudy conditions persist into the afternoon. Heading into Thursday, a dip in the jet stream will set off a warm front that will give us the chance for rain throughout the day and into the night as a cold front follows behind. The chances for rain will continue throughout the rest of the week, and daytime highs will stay in the lower 80's.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Today||partly cloudy||a 30% chance of rain||SW at 0 to 5 mph||High 86°F|
|Tonight||partly cloudy||a 40% chance of thunderstorms||calm||Low 67°F|
|Thursday||mostly cloudy||a 60% chance of thunderstorms||SW at 5 to 10 mph||High 83°F|
|Thursday Night||cloudy||a 70% chance of thunderstorms||S at 0 to 5 mph||Low 68°F|
|Friday||cloudy||a 40% chance of thunderstorms||H 82/L 67|
|Saturday||mostly cloudy||a 40% chance of thunderstorms||H 83/L 66|
|Sunday||partly cloudy||a 30% chance of rain||H 84/L 66|