Rainy stretch for us…

December 7th, 2012 at 8:29 am by under Weather

Rain moved in late last night, and continued in parts of the Miami Valley this morning.  Fog has also been a concern–with a Dense Fog Advisory in effect until 9am for most of the area.  As we head into the afternoon, a steady rain–potentially heavy at times–will develop.  As we were thinking yesterday, the southern counties  stand the best chance to see the most rainfall between now and Monday morning.  Here is the current thinking on how much we could get:

The heaviest band southeast of the area… but some of our southern/eastern counties could be into this higher zone.  Saturday has the potential to be the “driest” day of the weekend, with some breaks in the rain looking pretty promising.  We have milder temperatures in the forecast, however,  with highs in the 50s today through the weekend.  A stronger cold front moves through on Monday, and this will shut off the precipitation quickly–likely before the real cold air gets here.  Yes, there is cold air behind the front.  Next week looks chilly, with lows dipping back into the 20s… and highs in the upper 30s/low 40s.

You can always keep tabs on where the rain is right now by checking out LIVE DOPPLER 2HD… our interactive radar online!
Enjoy your weekend!

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