A front is draped to our south this morning, and an area of high pressure sits off to the northwest:
We are starting off with some dense fog in spots, and a Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the far northern counties until 9am. Visibility may drop below a quarter-mile in spots, so be aware that you may approach fog rather quickly.
Dry conditions have settled back in after a few showers/thunderstorms late yesterday and overnight. For the second day in a row, the Dayton International Airport picked up rainfall:
Monday’s rain: .48″
Tuesday’s rain: .04″
And here’s a look at how our monthly and yearly totals compare to average:
With some heating and the front near by… we may see a few more showers, even a thunderstorm pop up late this afternoon or evening, as upper level energy crosses the region. Right now, it looks like the highest rain chance will be across the southern counties, closer to the front:
And even if showers do get going, you can see how spotty they will be–meaning not everyone will see rain. The high then builds in for Thursday, bringing a dry day and lots of sunshine. Then, scattered showers and thunderstorms will return to the area for the end of the week.
Right now, the weekend looks mostly dry and warmer, with highs in the mid-80s!