11:25pm Monday, October 23, 2017
Tonight: On and off showers. Chilly. Low: 46°
Tuesday: Scattered showers. Otherwise mostly cloudy and cool. High: 54°
Low pressure over Michigan will stall out Tuesday and this will mean some chilly air and the continues chance for some on and off showers. Expect a chilly night ahead of us with more scattered showers and temperatures in the middle to upper 40s by morning as another cold front races through. We will see more scattered showers around the area on Tuesday as that low stalls north of us. Expect some pretty cool temperatures too - below normal for this time of the year - with highs only into the lower 50s. While the coverage of rain showers will drop on Wednesday, I still expect some stray showers to roam the Tri-State and the cooler air to continue with readings in the lower 50s. The end of the week will feature a warming trend before another front moves through the area bringing another push of even cooler air - by far the coolest of the season - just in time for the weekend. This front will also bring a few more showers by week's end. Please join Meteorologist Tera Blake for Good Morning Cincinnati starting at 4:25am with more on the timing of the rain and even cooler air. Have a good night!
Meteorologist John Gumm
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