Morning clouds, afternoon sunshine

April ends dry, May comes in warm!

After a washout of a day Saturday, today looks much better! Even though we're still seeing clouds here through the Tri-State this morning, we'll see these breaking up throughout the day giving us mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Temperatures remain on the cool side, but not as chilly as yesterday's afternoon temperatures that stayed in the 40s. Average highs this time of year are in the upper 60s. We'll get there next week!

Much drier today with sunshine this afternoon!

For those of you attending the Reds game this afternoon, it is looking MUCH BETTER than Saturday! There is no threat for showers and thunderstorms. There may be a few lingering clouds around at first pitch, but expect mostly clear skies through most of the game. Temperatures only near 60 may make you think you do not need any sunblock, but you do! Don't forget it, or you might be as red as your Reds shirt!

No postponed game today Reds fans! Clouds decrease and we see some sun!

Dry weather persists through much of next week with only minor chances of a few sprinkles late Monday, and again Thursday and Friday, but those chances look pretty low with this morning's data. Temperatures finally rebound to more spring-like numbers by Wednesday.

SUNDAY

Isolated morning shower
Mostly sunny afternoon
High: 60

SUNDAY NIGHT

Mostly clear
Chilly low temperatures
Low: 39

MONDAY

Mostly sunny to partly cloudy
Dry and mild
High: 60

MONDAY NIGHT

Mostly clear
Chilly low temperatures
Low: 40

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