Happy Thanksgiving, Tri-State! Temperatures stay mild this evening as a cold front approaches from the west.
The front will bring widespread showers to the Tri-State by Friday afternoon. Right now, the morning looks dry, but keep an umbrella handy just in case.
Partly to mostly cloudy with increasing clouds tonight, and a low around 50 degrees.
If you're getting out early in the morning to hit the stores, again, we should be dry, but the chance of rain will be with us all day. Forecast models show the front slowing down and rain not arriving until after 3 p.m. to our west.
Once the rain gets here, we'll see a soggy weekend from there on out. Rainfall totals will range from .25" to .75" by Saturday evening.
Rain chances hang on Sunday and become more widely scattered. So, make sure you have those ponchos ready if you're heading out to the Bengals game. Temperatures will stay near 50 degrees Saturday and in the upper 40s Sunday.
Midday: Showers develop, become widespread
Afternoon/Evening: Scatt showers likely
Afternoon/Evening: Lower chance of showers
Morning: Slight chance
Afternoon/Evening: Chance of scatt showers
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