The thunder may have woke you up this morning as a batch of heavy rain moves through the Miami Valley. The good news is the severe thunderstorms will stay south of us. We’ll still see very heavy rainfall, gusty winds and foggy conditions.
Visibility is dropping to 1-2 miles. Watch out for patchy fog this morning
We saw 1-2 inches of rainfall yesterday and we may see an additional 1-2 inches of rain today. Because of this rainfall we have a Flood Advisory in effect for Dayton.
Some roadways that are prone to high water may be closed today. Make sure you “turn around, don’t drown” if you see a flooded roadway.
The batch of heavy rain will be here through 8am and will move eastward just before noon.
The winds are going to be gusty today too. We have a Wind Advisory in effect until this afternoon as a cold front moves through. This will produce wind gusts near 40 mph.
By 5pm for the evening rush the rain will be gone and we may see a few breaks in the clouds. Temperatures will start out in the 60′s this morning then fall into the 50′s by the afternoon as a cold front moves through.
Skies become clear over night as high pressure builds into the area for the weekend. That means dry conditions and sunshine for Saturday and Sunday.
Temperatures will be in the 30′s tonight and Sunday morning. So it will be cool but it will be dry for the weekend. We’re tracking another storm system that will bring more rain to the Miami Valley for Monday.