Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
Grab your umbrella as you head out the door this morning.
Rain sprinkles are likely and already moving into Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky from southeastern Indiana, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
Earlier this week, forecasters predicted a wintry mix of rain and snow before daybreak, but the overnight low temperature remained in the low 40s.
By lunchtime, it should be cloudy and then gradually sunny with a high of 49 degrees.
Tonight will be colder with a low of 29.
The sun will return Thursday as a weekend warmup begins. The high will reach 54 degrees.
By Friday and Saturday, daytime high temperatures will shoot into the low 60s as a burst of warm air blows up from the south.
Sunday looks to be the best day of the weekend with plenty of sun and a high of 69 degrees.
Overnight lows will remain in the 40s.
The warming trend will stick around through Veterans Day on Monday. Expect a high of 68 before cooler weather returns on Tuesday in the form of rain. The mercury will hover in the mid-40s.