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9:00 pm Update: Skies will remain mostly clear through the evening and tonight. Dry weather will prevail with temperatures falling out of the 70s this evening into the lower 60s by dawn.
A stalled out front will bisect Ohio from Toledo south to Athens through most of Wednesday. We will remain on the "cooler" side of the front through the day. Highs will climb up into the middle 80s during the afternoon with modest humidity. A gentle breeze out of the southeast will provide some extra comfort, if you're outdoors.
The stalled front moves back northeast through the area late Wednesday into early Thursday morning. A round of thunderstorms will likely move in ahead of the front early Thursday morning. A few of the storms could produce gusty winds and heavy rain. Low temperatures will hover in the 70s.
The front pulls east of us early Thursday, setting the stage for another hot and muggy day. Temperatures will climb back into the lower 90s during the afternoon with partly to mostly sunny skies. Another round of strong to severe storms is likely by late afternoon or evening. These storms could contain damaging winds and large hail. Stay tuned!
3:54 pm Update: Evening thunder possible SW of a Findlay to Bucyrus to Coshocton line. Everyone else should stay dry. Skies will gradually clear out as we move through the overnight. North winds tonight will keep temperatures cooler area-wide. Lows will drop into the upper 50s and lower 60s.
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Temps are stable in the low to middle 80s across the region, with upper 70s across the south where it's rained.
A cold front is slowly moving across Northern Ohio this morning. Expect clouds and isolated showers before 11 a.m.
The sky will clear around lunchtime. You'll notice slightly cooler temperatures in the upper 80s near the lake and near 90 degrees south.
I can't rule out an isolated afternoon thunderstorm in our southernmost counties, including Tuscarawas. Otherwise, expect dry weather.
High pressure moves overhead tonight, keeping the sky clear and wind calm. Low temperatures will drop to 60 degrees. Some areas away from the lake may hit the upper 50s.
Wednesday will be pleasant and sunny with highs in the mid-80s. However, the a warm front will move north Wednesday night, bringing warm and muggy conditions back to Northeast Ohio.
Expect scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday along the front. A few storms are also possible Friday and Saturday.
Weekend temperatures will hover in the low-to-mid 80s under mostly sunny skies.
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