It seems like this type of weather has become the new normal this summer. Mother Nature is releasing yet another Canadian air mass into the Ohio Valley. We will see highs barely getting out of the 70s the next few days and some cool mornings in the 50s.
A few isolated showers will persist until midnight Tuesday evening due to some remaining moisture behind a cold front that slid through earlier in the day. Clouds will persist overnight and lows will drop into the upper 50s.
After some clouds in the morning, you can expect some sunshine for a good deal of your Wednesday. Highs will be stuck in the upper 70s with a cool northwest wind.
A very weak cool front will move in Thursday morning. A few passing clouds and maybe a sprinkle or two will be about all of the fanfare associated with it. It will act to reinforce the cool air around the region. Lows could dip into the lower 50s by Friday morning and perhaps even upper 40s in outlying areas.
Sunshine will be in the forecast for Friday and Saturday. High pressure sliding off to the east on Saturday will create a southerly wind flow during the day bringing the dew point back up just over 60 degrees. This means it will start to feel a little humid towards the end of the day.
A few weak disturbances in the jet stream may bring a few thunderstorms to the Ohio Valley on Sunday and Monday. Heat and humidity will build back in as well right through the middle of next week.
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