Much cooler air is flowing into the Ohio Valley in the wake of the cold front that crossed the state, resulting in blustery conditions and generally cloudy skies, along with a few showers. Temperatures struggled to reach 60 degrees, and will fall into the 40s overnight, with clearing skies.
Sunday will be a little brighter, but still quite chilly, with readings again in the low to mid-50s. A disturbance aloft will keep clouds around through Monday, with well-below-normal temperatures.
Skies will turn partly cloudy early next week, with afternoon highs edging back up to more seasonable levels in the low to mid-60s. Showers will return later in the week with another frontal system.
- Tonight: Clouds, sprinkles early, slow clearing. Low 41
- Sunday: Clouds increase, sprinkles p.m. High 55
- Monday: Mostly cloudy, cool. High 59 (44)
- Tuesday: Sunny. High 61 (39)
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 66 (40)
- Thursday: Mostly cloudy, showers. High 72 (52)
- Friday: Mainly cloudy, few showers. High 66 (56)
- Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 57 (46)