10:00 pm Update: Comfortable 70s now. Skies are partly to mostly cloudy. Should be dry through the night.
8:30 pm Update: Thunderstorm chances tomorrow: 50%
7:50 pm Update: Low temperatures tonight will drop into the 60s area wide. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy. Rain should hold off tonight.
A weak cold front will slide into Ohio by late afternoon Tuesday. Skies during the day will be mostly cloudy. Widely scattered thunderstorms are possible, mainly during the afternoon. Although, a weak trough will preced the cold front and move in during the morning hours. Therefore, I will mention an isolated thundershower during the morning hours. With clouds around during the day, most of us will see high temperatures reach into the upper 80s. One or two spots could touch 90 degrees.
The cold front moves out quickly during the evening. Dry conditions should return to the area for Tuesday night.
Wednesday looks perfect for a walk outside or some gardening. Humidity will be low. Skies will be partly cloudy. Highs will climb back into the lower 80s.
4:00 pm Update: Skies will remain partly cloudy through the evening hours tonight. We will stay dry. Temperatures will fall into the 70s by 9pm tonight. Enjoy the evening!
Highs will be warmer than yesterday, in the mid-to-upper 80s as high pressure moves toward New England. Dew points will also climb, but it will still feel comfortable this afternoon.
I can't rule out an isolated shower or thunderstorm this afternoon/evening. However, most areas will stay dry.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies are in the forecast overnight with lows in the mid-60s.
As a cold front crosses the Great Lakes Tuesday, expect afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Highs will hit the upper 80s. Right now, we do not expect storms to be severe.
A few showers may linger early Wednesday before high pressure builds in from the northwest. High pressure will bring pleasant weather through Friday.
Our next front arrives early Sunday with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
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