Tuesday Weather Chart: False spring is hanging around

Tuesday Weather Chart: False spring is hanging around

Tuesday Weather Chart: False spring is hanging around

Well, with that said, now New Orleans-based foods, oh, we’re in Mardi Gras season. We are in Mardi Gras season. People are heading there. Here’s the need. It’s warmer there, but during the day it’s pretty comparable at this point. I mean we’re heading into the 60s in the next couple of days, and I feel like that’s a great thing. Now, when we get to next week, Fat Tuesday, of course, Valentine’s Day today is Wednesday. Also on Ash Wednesday, we will see a complete reset of what February typically looks like here in Cincinnati. So, here’s what to expect here in the next couple of days. Generally some sunshine. We have some clouds around now, but we’ll see sunny skies the next few days and temperatures that will continue to rise, right. Highs 40s today, 50s tomorrow, hitting 60s by late week and weekend. But rain chances are slowly starting to creep back. As you know, late Thursday evening, we had some scattered rain, some here and there on Friday. None of the rain. Large or widespread chances are possible, but by the end of the week, the rain starts to return. Next week is our winter reality check. Yes, it’s only mid-February, so it will be like that. Cooler temperatures are settling back in and we can start talking about the air. This is cold enough to bring back some snow chances, but for now it looks dry for the next couple of days, at least we have cloudy skies now and the temperature is 32 degrees. It’s winds that are coming out of the northeast now at 13 miles per hour. Makes it feel like 23. Now these winds are going to calm down a little bit here as the day goes on, but it’s definitely going to be off to a cooler start. Or at least you’ll feel like it with temperatures near freezing and wind chills in the 20s. Once we move into the afternoon, we’ll be in the upper 40s around 50 or so. To your highest levels today and on the radar. Everything will be quiet for the next two days. By the time we got to Thursday evening. I know Thursday is one of the days where 60 is possible, and I think a lot of people might want to get out on the golf course tomorrow, Thursday. Go for it. But know that by Thursday evening, as the sun sets, our rain chances start to rise. So, as we move into Thursday and Friday, scattered showers will return today. 48 degrees. Some clouds in the morning, and more sunshine in the afternoon, though, so the upper 40s for February are definitely above average. Tonight we’ll drop to 28, forecast to be clear and cool, then tomorrow we’ll work toward 60. 58 is my high forecast. There will be some cities hitting 60 degrees tomorrow, and more are expected once we get into Thursday. So, on Thursday, increasing clouds are possible, the temperature will reach 60 degrees, and evening rain is possible. For now, Friday still has a weather influence symbol. We’ll see some rain showers around. There will definitely be some breaks there throughout the day. Spotty drizzle on Saturday Now Sunday is drier, but Monday is the day the bigger cold front comes through. It gives us a chance to shower, and lets in the cool air that will take the time we get to Super Tuesday and Valentine’s Day on Wednesday. Well, Randy, thank you. Sincina

The mornings still start out cold, but the afternoons are mild and bring thoughts of spring days ahead. It’s still winter, and by this time next week, it’ll feel like it again. So, enjoy our moderate extension all the time. Tuesday starts out with some passing clouds and a little breeze. Wind chills will be in the mid to upper 20s, with temperatures in the low 30s. Tuesday afternoon, we will get sunshine and high temperatures near 50 degrees. The weather will be milder on Wednesday, with highs in the 50s, then around 60 on Thursday and Friday. A cold front will bring gusty winds back on Thursday, remaining dry until sunset, then rain chances through Thursday night into Friday. An active weather pattern will begin to develop over the weekend. Calm and moderate weather is expected on Saturday, with rain chances returning Sunday afternoon. A strong storm is likely early next week Sunday into Monday with rain, wind and possibly some thunder along with a return to the usual winter cold.

The mornings still start out cold, but the afternoons are mild and bring thoughts of spring days ahead.

He. She He is It’s still winter, and by this time next week, it’ll feel like it again. So, enjoy our light stretching all the time.

Tuesday starts out with some passing clouds and a little breeze. Wind chills will be in the mid to upper 20s, with temperatures in the low 30s. Tuesday afternoon, we will get sunshine and high temperatures near 50 degrees.

The weather will be milder on Wednesday, with highs in the 50s, then around 60 on Thursday and Friday. The cold front will bring back gusty winds on Thursday, remaining dry until sunset, then rain may fall Thursday night into Friday.

An active weather pattern will begin to develop over the weekend. Calm and moderate weather is expected on Saturday, with rain chances returning Sunday afternoon.

A strong storm is likely early next week Sunday into Monday with rain, wind and possibly some thunder along with a return to the usual winter cold.

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