I am tracking showers and storm that have developed mainly south of the Ohio River. These storms and any that develop have the potential to put down a lot of rain. With already saturated grounds here in the Tri-State, flash flooding could easily occur. Storm activity will gradually fade after sunset. Tonight skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with lows near 70. With so much ground level moisture, expect areas of patchy fog again in the morning.
Sunday, we'll see a few less storms, 30-percent chance, however, locally heavy rain continues to be a factor with flash flooding as the dominant threat. Highs will reach the mid-80s with partly cloudy skies.
With a frontal boundary still over the region, we'll keep a slight chance of an isolated shower or two in the forecast Monday but the chance decreases greatly into Tuesday. Heat and humidity will rise across the region and we'll see temperatures near 90 once again.
Partly to mostly cloudy
Scattered storms likely
Rain chance fades
Chance showers and storms
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