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8:00 pm Update: Latest satellite image shows clouds to our north and to our southeast. But, no clouds are showing up across Ohio. Skies will remain clear through the overnight tonight. Lows tonight look cold...generally in the lower and middle 20s. Grab the warm coats!
High pressure will dominate Thursday's Ohio weather picture as well. More bright sunshine is on the way. Temperatures should be a few clicks warmer than Monday. I think we should reach 45 degrees.
More of the same on Friday. Mainly sunny skies will be the rule. Highs will climb into the upper 40s to near 50.
The next batch of rain will move in during the afternoon or evening on Saturday. Scattered showers will continue Saturday night and Sunday. Skies will be mostly cloudy. Highs Saturday & Sunday climb back into upper 40s to near 50. Prepare for rain during the Browns Game!
Plenty of sunshine this afternoon with chilly temps in the upper 30s and low 40s.
After a frosty start with temperatures in the mid-20, full sunshine will warm temperatures to 40 degrees by 3 p.m.
High pressure overhead will keep clear skies in the forecast tonight. Lows will once again dip into the 20s.
As the high slides east Thursday, temperatures will warm to the mid-40s under sunny skies. By Friday, highs in the upper 40s are possible.
Low pressure quickly approaches from the west Saturday afternoon, triggering a good chance of rain late in the day. Rain continues through early Sunday.
Scattered showers follow for the Browns game Sunday afternoon. Weekend temperatures will be mild, in the mid-to-upper 40s.
Cold air stays north Monday, but finally drops south Tuesday. Expect a chance of rain and snow showers Tuesday afternoon with temperatures falling to the 30s.
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