Tonight: Tonight won’t be as cool as we saw Sunday night but will remain on the chilly side at 42°F. Today’s clear skies continue overnight with southerly winds ranging 5-10 mph.
Tomorrow: Due to the high-pressure system remaining over the Ohio River valley, Tuesday we will see clear conditions again and southerly winds bringing in warmer air. With the high-pressure more to the east there will be an enhanced pressure gradient making for windy conditions. A high of 71°F and sunny skies make for a nice day, but the slightly windy conditions may keep you feeling cool. Overnight, skies remain clear, winds calm down, and temperatures fall back into the lower 50s.
7-Day: The warm and clear trend continue for the remainder of the 7-Day. Highs stay within the mid to upper 70s and lows expected to stay within the 50s for the most part. Remaining under the influence of surface high-pressures and upper ridging will keep any significant systems to the north and south and conditions will remain clear here in the viewing area.
-------Weather Forecaster Natalie Fitzpatrick
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