Take caution as another round of heat returns to the Ohio Valley. A heat advisory has been issued for the entire WTRF viewing area Tuesday. Once again people should exercise caution today and tomorrow as temperatures in the mid 90s combined with the moisture levels (water vapor levels) in the air will bring dangerous conditions to your body if you are outside for a long time.
The good news is that, unlike the historic heat wave we saw over the area a couple of weeks ago, this should be a short-lived event. A cold front is moving along on target and is predicted to swing down into the area on Wednesday into Thursday providing showers and storms to the area. This will also reverse our winds back out of the north and cause cooler temperatures to return on as early as Wednesday with most if not all areas seeing relief on Thursday.
Temperatures should return mainly to the mid and upper 80s on Thursday with nighttime lows in the low 60s. As drier and slightly cooler Canadian air returns to the area, humidity will drop as well.