Mild, with rain possible by day’s end…April 25th, 2012 at 7:52 am by Jamie Jarosik under Weather
We’re starting off as a Miami Valley divided! Check out the temperature spread this morning:
Readings are warmer closer to–and especially on the other side of–a warm front:
Most of the day will be dry, with mild readings in the mid-upper 60s. If you want to get outside, the best chance will be now through early afternoon… then the chance of rain returns by late afternoon. Showers will move in from the northwest, riding in right along the warm front. As we head through the evening and into the overnight, rain chances will actually increase even more. The Storm Prediction Center has us in an Elevated Risk for severe storms tonight:
Be sure to check back on Channel 2 with Chief Meteorologist Brian Davis–he’ll have an update to storm chances in our 90-mintues of news beginning this evening at 5. And a look at any ongoing severe weather with Live Doppler 2X at 10 on the CW and 11pm on Channel 2. We will also keep you posted of any watches or warnings online, at wdtn.com.
Thursday will start off with some showers in the area, but the rain moves out by afternoon. Today: not as windy… but Thursday does look a little breezy, behind the storm system. We should still make it into the mid-60s Thursday… and then turn cooler for Friday, with highs in the upper 50s. Late Friday, another warm front lifts in, and that will bring in the chance of rain again. Saturday looks quite soggy still, with the boundary setting up right over the Miami Valley. We will continue to keep you posted, as the models have looked different each day this week. We’ll get a better feel for the weekend forecast as we get a little closer.