8:19 pm Update: Isolated rain showers are trying to sneek into the Toledo area now. They may move east and affect the Lake Erie Islands by 9:30 pm. The rest of the region will stay cloudy and mild. with temperatures in the 60s.
6:45 pm Update: Clouds are thickening up across Northern Ohio now. That means a mostly cloudy sky this evening and overnight. Evening temperatures will fall back into the 60s. Should be a quiet and comfortable through midnight. A weakening line of thundershowers will cross our area overnight. Widely scattered thundershowers can be expected after midnight. Low temperatures tonight will only drop back into the middle and upper 50s.
More warm weather for Tuesday. Skies will be mostly cloudy. There is a small chance for a thundershower during the day. High temperatures will, once again climb up into the lower 70s.
2pm UPDATE: Temps have risen into the low 70s across northern Ohio with plenty of sun. Clouds and showers are moving in from the west and should arrive into western sections after dinner.
NOON UPDATE: Temps are already climbing into the low to middle 60s with plenty of sun. We are watching clouds increase from the SW to the NE, but we'll keep things dry today. Highs will flirt with 70. Rain arrives overnight tonight into Tuesday along a warm front.
9:46 am Update: Almost up to 50º this morning after a cold start to the day. This quick warm-up won't stop until we touch the 70s! Clouds will slowly increase this afternoon leading to storms this evening but enjoy the warmth before then.
Thanks to a clear sky and little to no wind overnight last night we have dropped to near freezing in some places this morning. Grab the coats as you head out the door today but you may want to pack an extra change of clothes for the afternoon. Bright sunshine will heat us into the 60s by noon with highs near 70 today!
With the heat, comes moisture. Looks like a few isolated storms are possible closer to our evening commute and sunset. A warm front will push north through Ohio this evening and overnight bringing widespread storms while you're sleeping. The warm front will stall out over the lake so storms could linger north of rt 224 throughout the first half of our Tuesday.
We do dry out and warm temps even more for Wednesday and Thursday with middle 70s back in the forecast. Enjoy the warmth while it's here because our next cold front will drop temps back to below normal for the weekend.
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