Yesterday we set two weather records in Dayton: for cold, and for snow!
This morning, high pressure is centered right over us, and we are coming close to another record: a record low. The previous record low for today is 23-degrees, set back in 1962. Most are in the mid-20s and some will dip very close to that record value! This means frost and a hard freeze. During the afternoon, the high slowly moves east of the area, and this will allow a southeast wind to develop. That, combined with sunshine, will help warm us around 30-degrees… as we top out in the mid-50s.
Sunshine continues on Thursday, and after some scattered frost in the morning, we should come back above normal, with highs in the mid-60s. Sixty-degree highs will repeat Friday, but we could see a few showers in the afternoon and evening, as a weak cold front drops in:
That front will cool things down a touch on Saturday, but we should still see highs near 60-degrees. Easter is looking dry and mild now, although a chilly morning for any early egg hunts!