High pressure settled south over the Ohio Valley, bringing plenty of sunshine and comfortable humidity again, with a few passing clouds. Highs reached the seasonal mid-80s. The air will be pleasant again overnight, as we dip down to around 60.
As the high moves east Sunday, a return flow from south will result in warmer and a little more humid conditions. Highs will be in the upper 80s.
A frontal boundary will approach the state early next week, coupled with a few disturbances in a westerly flow, triggering scattered showers and a few potentially strong storms, mainly during the late afternoon and evening.
The boundary will stall over the region much next week, so pop-up showers are likely through Thursday.
Tonight: Mainly clear. Low 63
Sunday: Mainly sunny, warmer. High 88
Monday: Partly sunny, warm, ate storms. High 90 (68)
Tuesday: More clouds, showers, storms likely. High 88 (71)
Wednesday: Partly sunny, few storms. High 86 (70)
Thursday: Partly sunny, pop-ups. High 87 (69)
Friday: Partly sunny. High 86 (68)
Have a good weekend! -Ben