WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST - SUNDAY - JUNE 4 - 11 PM UPDATE
Overnight: Mostly clear and comfortable. Cooler temps. Low: 59.
Monday: Sunny AM with clouds and some haze in the afternoon. High: 85.
Our cooling trend began this afternoon, with highs a solid 5-7 degrees cooler than Saturday. We're in store for a much cooler overnight tonight as well with drier air helping the cause. Speaking of which, our dry streak continues 15 days in a row, as the Cincinnati airport recorded no rain Saturday! We're down now more than 2" of rain for the whole year.
Our next slight chance of rain comes Tuesday late in the day, with above average temperatures expected until then. A cold front marches through midweek, dipping our highs below average for a couple days to end the week. We'll also try and squeeze out a few isolated showers before this late Tuesday into Wednesday morning, but the vast majority of the area stays dry. Otherwise, we'll finally begin seeing our pattern changing late next weekend with better moisture/rain coverage. A strong storm develops off the coast of New England which ultimately bottlenecks our weather pattern for the week.
Meteorologist Eric DoBroka
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