Pesky low pressure for the weekendMay 4th, 2013 at 6:06 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
There is a pesky low pressure area in the upper levels of the atmosphere and it is a slow mover. This is the same system that brought chilly temperatures to Chicago and snow to Wisconsin. Now it’s in southern Missouri and will slowly move eastward.
This storm system gave us a bit more clouds today and temperatures a few degrees cooler than yesterday. But still we’re near normal.
Tonight the rain will stay to the west of the Miami Valley. But it will slowly creep northward late in the day tomorrow.
Temperatures will start out once again in the lower 50′s.
By Sunday afternoon we’ll see a bit more clouds across the area. Temperatures will stay in the upper 60′s close to 70. There’s a slight chance for a few showers to develop but mainly south of Dayton and later in the afternoon/evening. This will be from the area of low pressure that will slowly pivot bands of rain northward.
As the low pressure area finally moves eastward there’s still a slight chance for a few showers Monday.
Temperatures continue to rise for most of the work week with highs in the lower 70′s.