Northerly winds will continue today, keeping temperatures well below normal. Morning temps are in the 20s, and highs will only be in the mid-30s.
We are in an upper trough… so not only will we be cold, but clouds will fill in for parts of this afternoon. AND we couldn’t rule out a flurry or light snow shower. We don’t expect any accumulation, and high pressure will build in overnight, helping to clear out the clouds. This morning, the high is northwest of us, and you can see the cold air in place around it:
We will be close to that cold Saturday morning, as the high moves in:
And during the afternoon, the high will bring a good deal of sunshine to the area… but it will still be cold! Highs once again will be stuck in the 30s. We will see some rebound on Sunday. The jet stream will lift north, allowing warmer air into the Miami Valley:
Highs will push into the lower 50s, closer to normal. Sunday will start with sun, but clouds move in during the afternoon. There is also the slight chance of a few showers late in the day… but most of the day will be dry. Going through next week, we expect temperatures to be at or above normal, so there is something to look forward to!
I am off on Spring Break next week, and @MetTaraHastings will be holding down the forecast center in the morning. I hope you have a good one!