A cold front moved through the Tri-State overnight bringing in some spotty showers. Those have now pushed to the south and your drive to work will be rain-free. Clouds are actually pushing out quickly too!
Temperatures out the door this morning will be in the upper 30s and low 40s with mostly clear skies. High pressure is building in today which means mostly sunny skies and near seasonal temperatures. We should end up in the mid 50s this afternoon.
Another weak cold front dives through the Ohio Valley Tuesday with little fanfare. There's just a slight chance of a passing shower, but most of us stay dry and temperatures rise into the mid 60s.
April starts tranquil, mostly sunny and dry Wednesday. Temperatures will top out in the low 60s that afternoon. But a strong storm system moves in Thursday. This is your 9 First Warning to the potential for thunderstorms and soaking rain on Thursday. Temperatures will also reach 70 degrees just ahead of the system. The rain chance lingers into Good Friday, but we'll see a dry and comfortable Easter weekend in the mid 50s with ample sunshine.
Dry and near normal
MONDAY NIGHTPartly cloudy
Slight chance of passing shower