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An unsettled weather pattern will take shape across the Ohio Valley this week. While severe weather is not highly probable, it does appear that rain will be.

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The initial shot of moisture (along with a return to muggy conditions) will arrive this morning with some periods of light showers. This dreary day will be a good one to keep the umbrella handy because of the periodic nature to the rain. It does appear as though there will be a break in the rain after 2 p.m. this afternoon. Some peaks of sun may even break out allowing temperatures to get into the middle or upper 70s.

The best shot for steady and heavier rain will be after 8 p.m. this evening. Showers and even a few thunderstorms will become likely as more moisture moves in from the south.

The weather system responsible for the rain will not move away on Wednesday although some breaks in the clouds will develop. This will boost temperatures into the lower and middle 80s. The increase in heat with aid in development of scattered afternoon thunderstorms. A couple storms may produce gusty winds or small hail, but widespread severe weather is not anticipated.

Isolated showers and thunderstorms will remain possible on Thursday and through Friday afternoon. The weather gets better Friday evening and looks good for the upcoming weekend. Sunshine returns and the humidity will drop back down into the comfy range once again.



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