Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini looks at when storms could develop and how warm we get.

Your Mother’s Day weekend forecast: Plan the perfect day for your favorite moms (and avoid the rain)

If our partners over on the WHIO Weather Team could arrange for you and your mom to have a perfect, sunny Mother’s Day this Sunday, we’re sure they would.

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They’re doing their darnedest, but at least studying the Sunday weather forecast can help you plan a nearly flawless day for that number one woman in your life.


Here is the best advice we’ve received about the best times to take your mom out this weekend — straight from our own WHIO meteorologist, McCall Vrydaghs:

“Here's how Mother's day is shaping up as of now. Starting the day dry and comfortable with temperatures in the 60s. As we warm up there may be a few scattered showers and storms that develop. A cold front will be draped through the area which will act as a trigger to these storms. The best part of the day to enjoy outside would be before noon. After that, the chance for showers and storms will increase. Temperatures for the day are expected to reach into the lower 80s.

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There you have it. If you’re like most people and plan on taking mom out for a yummy brunch, you might want to beat the storms and head out before noon. 

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