DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – After several days of warm and humid conditions cooler and less humid air is heading into the Miami Valley.
It should be the hottest time of year, but you won’t be feeling the heat the next few days. Temperatures are going to be about ten to twelve degrees below normal through Thursday.
The summer weather has been on par lately with warm and muggy days. But mother nature is going to bogey at the hottest time of year.
Golfer Chris Coleman is looking forward to the cooler temperatures this week.
Chris Coleman says, “Definitely. no one likes it when it’s 95 degree weather with 100 percent humidity. That’s pool weather.”
The pool may not be a popular place this week thanks to our jet stream or storm track. It’s taking a big dive right over the Great Lakes into Ohio. This means cooler temperatures and lower humidity from Tuesday through Thursday.
High temperatures will be well below normal and we may even flirt with a few records. The coolest high temperature on Wednesday may be in jeopardy.
Lows during the morning will be below normal too. Wednesday morning temperatures will be near record lows.
For Coleman he’s hoping the cooler temperatures will mean more birdies on the green.
“If it’s too muggy or thick you don’t want to be out there all day. But if you can get out in the morning and get out by 10 you have the rest of the day to do what you need to do,” Coleman said.
The highs that we’ll be seeing this week are typical for middle to late May.