Skies are clear across the Tri-State and that means that overnight lows will dip into the upper 30s for most. Locations east of Cincinnati will be a bit colder, in the mid to low 30s. Highland and Adams counties are now under a FROST ADVISORY until 9 a.m.
We'll see a sunny start to our Tuesday forecast with quickly rising temperatures. By lunch, temperatures will already be in the upper 50s. The afternoon will turn partly cloudy and highs will be similar to Monday, around 61-63°F.Read full story
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Cool temps again with a chance for rain coming
We'll see another sunny start to the day with slowly increasing clouds this afternoon. Temperatures top out in the low 60s.
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