If you missed it last night, be sure and check out my in-depth blog post about Saturday’s weather. Here it is.
Today will be a warmer, more seasonable day with a modest increase in dewpoints. The storms near Cinci this morning will miss us.
VERY juicy air is off to our west and that moisture is set to head our way tonight and Saturday.
There could be a shower or thunderstorm along that warm front late tonight and early Saturday. The NAM model does not show much but it may be a bit underdone:
SATURDAY/SATURDAY NIGHT STORM THREAT
As I have been saying since yesterday, MOST of Saturday will be completely dry and it may be the hottest day of the year so far. Highs can touch 90 in spots. Dewpoints will be well into the 60s.
Most models show mainly dry weather Saturday afternoon with jist isolated pop-up storms.
Our cold front will approach Saturday night and that should actually be when the highest risk of thunderstorms is.
We remain in the SPC “Slight Risk” zone.
Weighing the risks:
Keep those outdoor plans Saturday, but stay weather-aware and hydrated! It will be very hot and humid.
Sunday will feature a much more comfortable afternoon. Beautiful end to the weekend! Monday looks good too.
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