The rain is finally out of here for a few days, and the sun is trying hard to show itself. We’re waiting on a secondary cold front to take the clouds completely away, but in doing so we cool down even more. Temperatures have been consistently in the 40s most of today. We’ve just barely reached 50 degrees in most locations. Clouds are beginning to break along the northern counties and Ohio River, however southern and southeastern counties will keep clouds for the rest of the day.
Starting late tonight, a secondary cold front will begin pushing clouds out of the region. By tomorrow morning, everyone should be waking up with plenty of sunshine. This decrease in cloud coverage will also be the reason we cool down more overnight. Temperatures will begin in the 30s through the rest of the work week. Thursday morning will be the coldest of the week with temperatures expected to bottom out just above or right at freezing. We’re expecting our first Frost Advisories of the season Thursday morning. We will get a small boost in temperatures Friday and Saturday morning thanks to an incoming warm front. But we cool again for the latter part of the weekend thanks to the connected cold front. The next chance for rain will be that low pressure system bringing rain in late Friday and through Saturday morning.