We're sandwiched between two systems today - one to the north and one to the south. The one to the north will bring a cold front through later today/tonight, but the one to the south will keep most of the rain in the Ohio Valley. A couple more cold fronts will keep us chilly through the weekend.
Today's temperatures will be in the mid 60s! Those near the Tri-Cities will have the best chance at more sun into the afternoon, further north and near the I-69 corridor we'll have more cloud cover. There's also a chance for a few spotty showers, although if you see rain, it won't last long and it will be light. Winds today will be out of the SSE at 5-10mph.
Tonight will be mild - we only fall to the mid 40s. Winds shift to the E and then NE at 5-10mph. We'll have scattered showers move through, especially for those further south and east.
Tomorrow we'll begin the day with those scattered showers, but dry out for the afternoon with some sunshine. Winds pick up out of the NW tomorrow at 15-25mph, gusting to the mid 30s, which will keep us cooler. Highs Friday will be around 60.
Breezy and cool conditions carry into the weekend with highs around 50 Saturday and upper 40s Sunday. Showers move in later Saturday, then change over to wintry mix and snow for Sunday morning!