It Finally Feels Like Fall in Cincinnati! Is It Going to Last?

So it finally feels like fall in the Queen City and we all want to know: How long is it going to stay like this?

click to enlarge So it finally feels like fall. And we all want to know, how long is it going to stay like this? - Photo: Ben Hershey on Unsplash
Photo: Ben Hershey on Unsplash
So it finally feels like fall. And we all want to know, how long is it going to stay like this?


So it finally feels like fall in the Queen City and we all want to know: How long is it going to stay like this?

If the National Weather Service is correct, we should all be waking up Saturday to a cool, crisp fall morning after storms throughout the night. There is an early 40% chance of showers before 9 a.m. but everything should clear up by then.

The NWS says Saturday’s high should be 61 with a low of 41 in the evening — perfect for pumpkin carving, apple cider drinking, horror movie watching or many of the other things to do around Cincinnati this weekend. 

If you’re too busy Saturday, don’t worry, it might be even more beautiful on Sunday. The NWS predicts a sunny day with a high of 66 and a clear night with a low of 44, so get your flannel on and head out to that pumpkin patch you’ve been dying to visit. 

Next week isn’t looking too bad either: With highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid-to-low 40s, it seems like fall has finally made it. 

The Farmers Almanac predicted the average temperature in Cincinnati in October to be 50 degrees, 7 degrees below average, with 3 inches of precipitation. If you’re looking forward to the winter, they say the first chance of snow showers will be Nov. 1-12. 

The leaves should start to change between Oct. 5-21 in Ohio, the Almanac says. And if you’re outdoorsy, there are many places around Cincinnati to see that beautiful seasonal spectacle.

If you don’t care about the temperature and are ready to enjoy autumn now, check out these eight fall festivals around the city or get spooky at these 10 haunted houses.


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