Good Saturday, everyone. Thunderstorms continue to push away from the region and that’s being replaced by some of the good stuff. Pleasant temps are ready to take over your weekend of weather.
An area of low pressure continues to push across the Ohio Valley today. This low is bringing some scattered showers to the region on a strong northwesterly wind flow. Some breaks in the clouds will be noted with highs generally from 70-75 degrees. A few areas could even drop into the upper 60s for a time.
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
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US 60 @ US 460
If you’re looking for the best weather day of the summer, Sunday is a strong contender. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny with low humidity levels and highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Soak it up because another system dives in here by Monday. This comes from the northwest and will bring an increase in shower and thunderstorm action:
That scattered action should carry us into Tuesday with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Temps stay normal to below normal as we flip the calendar into early July. But, that doesn’t mean all is well in the wonderful world of weather. Rounds of showers and storms should be around and that action likely takes us into the 4th of July weekend:
Hopefully, we can keep the nice temps and ditch the rain chances on the 4th. We still have a week to figure that one out.
Have a great day and take care.