A frontal system over the Great Plains will continue to progress towards the Ohio Valley, bringing an increase in rain chances the next 48 hours. Today only isolated, light showers are in the forecast, and most of the day will be dry. However cloud cover will stay thick as warmer air continues to move in. This will keep temperatures mild in the low 60s. Tonight we'll have a better shot of isolated rain late overnight. The best rain chances hold off until tomorrow when the bulk of rainfall from this low pressure moves near. Widespread rain appears likely by tomorrow afternoon and will remain through tomorrow evening before diminishing later tomorrow night. Tomorrow still remains mild with strong southerly flow, leading to temperatures around 60º with winds gusting to 30 mph. After the cold front passes through late tomorrow night, colder air pours in and lows fall to the mid 30s. The end of this work week will follow this colder trend in the low-mid 50s with a calmer and sunny pattern setting up.
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