Cincinnati will get rain Thursday, ending a streak of sunshine and unseasonably mild temperatures.
Skies should be mostly clear overnight as that high slides farther off the coast, and with a light southwest breeze through the night, temperatures won't be almost as cold as they have been the last few nights.
Highs this afternoon are going to be more than 10 degrees cooler compared to yesterday afternoon. It should be a quiet and more seasonable day across Colorado to wrap up the month of November. That cold front will also bring some rain showers just before sunset, around 4pm today. Highs will even warm back up into the lower 50s Saturday and Sunday. Expect more sunshine than clouds for both days.
We stay dry heading into the weekend. There is a 20% chance of rain on Sunday, however.
On Wednesday night, skies will start mostly clear, and we'll add in a few clouds toward dawn.
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A few showers return on Thursday. It will turn much colder and potentially stormy too. However, a big change in our weather pattern is looking likely late next week with much cooler weather heading our way. It appears most of the rain will hold off until Tuesday.
Scattered showers will continue to fall through the morning hours tomorrow.
Temperatures take a slight dip Friday into the mid 60s, and overnight lows drop to the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Sunshine returns Friday. Temperatures will be seasonable for December 1 with lows in the low 30s and highs in the upper 40s.