High pressure building across the Ohio Valley will provide plenty of sunshine and lower humidity. Temperatures hovered around 80 this afternoon and will fall into the 50s to near 60 again tonight under clearing skies.

A pleasant northwesterly flow will bring comfortable temperatures to begin the month of September. After a seasonally warm day on Thursday, temperatures will warm to above-normal levels during the holiday weekend, as winds turn southerly behind departing high pressure.

A gradual increase in moisture and a weak surface boundary will contribute to an increase during the holiday weekend, with a few isolated showers and storms possible, though coverage will be very spotty through Labor Day, allowing.

Forecast

  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy, pleasant. High 80
  • Tonight: Clearing. Low 61
  • Thursday: Mainly sunny. High 84
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 85 (63)
  • Saturday: Mix clouds and sun, warm, stray shower. High 87 (64)
  • Sunday: Partly sunny, warm. High 86 (65)
  • Monday: Partly sunny, isolated storm p.m. High 83 (64)
  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, showers, storm. High 82 (63)