DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — A weak, mid-level disturbance will move across the Miami Valley Saturday night. Despite increasing clouds, it’ll remain dry. On its heels, southwesterly winds will pick up Sunday and usher in unseasonably mild air–in the mid 50s–under mostly sunny skies.
Our next weather maker will arrive on Presidents’ Day Monday. A weak cold front will move across the area and bring a few rain showers, mainly during the morning.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, dry and not so cold. Low 34
SUNDAY: Becoming mostly sunny and unseasonably mild. High 56
SUNDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds with a slight chance of a rain shower by daybreak. Low 40
PRESIDENTS’ DAY (MONDAY): Mostly cloudy with rain showers likely, mainly in the morning. Still mild. High 51
We’ll get a day to dry out on Tuesday before more widespread rain moves in on Wednesday. A few thunderstorms are possible with this system during the afternoon and evening. We’re in store for more very mild temps–in the mid 60s Wednesday and near record highs Thursday near 70°!