All is quiet on the radar tonight. It's comfortable and winds have decreased. Expect low temperatures in the upper 60s along the lake and low 60s south.
After a dry start to Saturday, scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday afternoon and evening. You'll notice more humidity late in the day as warm, moist air over the southeast lifts north.
Another chance of scattered storms arrives Sunday afternoon. Highs will hit the upper 80s this weekend and hover around 90 degrees early next week. Expect mainly dry weather Monday and Tuesday.
A cold front will approach late Wednesday dropping temperatures to the mid 80s. Scattered showers and storms are possible along the front.
1:00 p.m. Update: Temperatures have warmed into the middle 80s already as the sunshine has been shining brightly. Clouds are holding further south but will filter north this afternoon. Expect temps to level off over the next hour and clouds thicken.
High pressure settled just north of Lake Erie will keep any rain chances at a minimum today. Expect only isolated storms to spark up this evening. What we can expect though is increasing clouds throughout the day. Temps will stay warm and in the lower 80s with a light southeast breeze.
Tonight, our weekend rain will continue to get closer to Ohio. We will see rain spreading from south to north throughout Saturday morning. Expect periods of rain showers throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Timing the rain is still unclear, we will have to watch waves as they move up the Ohio River Valley. Your weekend plans will still have dry time but you may need to have a back up plan in place.
Sunday will be a repeat of Saturday as this system weakens and pushes east. Expect periods of rain throughout Sunday afternoon. Early Monday this system wraps up and pushes out leaving us with a mostly dry start to the work-week.
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