Most of the Tri-State is stepping out the door to cloudy and muggy conditions this Wednesday morning. Low temperatures across the region dipped down to the low to mid 70s. Unfortunately, dew points are on the higher side, making the air feel almost tropical-like.
A stalled cold front draped across our northernmost counties will gradually make its way across the Ohio River today, but it will do little to supply relief from our oppressive conditions. Cloudy skies and widespread rain will keep highs in the low to mid 80s, but heat index values will be headed towards the mid 90s once again today.
Thursday and Friday will keep the scattered rainfall around, with most of it dwindling Friday afternoon. Drier weather will return just in time for our weekend ahead. Mainly clear skies are expected to persist through our Saturday and Sunday. However, the oppressive heat and humidity combo will keep feels like temperatures in the mid to upper 90s each afternoon.