After a cold end to the work week, temperatures will climb back to near average this weekend. We'll start off the weekend Saturday with scattered clouds and breezy south winds, but dry conditions. The rain and isolated storms will return on Sunday ahead of our next cold front. The cold front will linger near the Ohio River to begin next week and several rounds of rain will continue through the midweek. It looks like another soaking rain over several days, but the rain should exit by Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Tonight: With high clouds arriving and light south winds, temperatures will only drop into the low to mid 30s. Winds: S 3-8 mph. Low: 33.
Saturday: Mostly sunny skies are expected to begin the weekend, then a few more clouds will arrive for the afternoon. Breezy south winds will help warm temperatures into the mid 50s for the afternoon. Winds: SSW 10-20 with higher gusts. High: 57.
Saturday Night: Clouds will thicken for the overnight as breezy south winds persist. A very stray shower will be possible although most of us will remain dry. Winds: SSW 10-20 mph. Low: 49.
Sunday: Showers and storms will become widespread by the midday and for the afternoon under cloudy skies. Temperatures will be held to the mid to upper 50s because rain returning. Winds: SSW 8-15 mph. High: 58.
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