Continued Warmer and Windy for Wednesday

WBKO 13News First Alert Forecast
Prepared by Shane Holinde
Tuesday, January 10, 2017

...WIND ADVISORY IN EFFECT THROUGH 6PM TUESDAY FOR GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH...

A frontal boundary meandering over the region keeps things unsettled through the next several days. Readings climb from the 50s Tuesday into the 60s Wednesday to near 70° Thursday! From time to time, we will see showers along with a possibility for a rumble of thunder. Things stay unsettled into the weekend and beyond as a battle zone between warmth and the arctic sets up right on top of the Ohio Valley. Colder air dips into the region Friday, with daytime readings only in the low to mid 40s before temperatures rebound over the weekend. We look to stay on the warm side through at least Monday, with rainy periods persisting into early next week, as well.

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WEDNESDAY: Windy with Showers Likely (Thunder Possible)
High 65, Low 60, winds S-18, G-30

THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Warm with Showers Possible
High 70, Low 47, winds SW-15

FRIDAY: Showers Likely, Colder
High 47, Low 40, winds NE-10