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9:22 pm Update: Looks like heaviest rains tonight will affect Mansfield, Ashland, Wooster, Millersburg areas. Isolated showers elsewhere. Lows tonight will fall back into the middle and upper 60s.
Low pressure pulls into Pennsylvania Friday. We will still be close enough to see wrap-around clouds from the low. An isolated thundershower is also possible during the day. You'll notice lower humidity and cooler temperatures. Highs will climb into the lower 80s in most locations.
Saturday will be mostly sunny & dry. Looks like a very pleasant day with highs between 80 & 85 degrees.
Sunday stays dry and gets a little warmer. Highs will climb into the middle 80s.
7:00pm Update: Isolated showers continue to move through the area now. Skies are mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 70s most spots. More showers/thunderstorms are building in north western Ohio now. they will shift east/southeast and arrive in the Cleveland/Akron/Canton Areas by 10 pm. It looks like the heaviest amounts of rain will fall west of a line from Sandusky southeast to Akron and Carrollton.
4:00 pm Update: Watching a band of heavy rain and thunder move inland over Lake & Ashtabula Counties now. The chances for storms this evening are slim. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with temperatures in teh 70s. More isolated storms are possible tonight as low pressure moves thru Southern Ohio. Lows tonight will drop into the upper 60s.
We will begin to dry out on Friday after an isolated thundershower during the early to mid morning hours. Skies will remain mostly cloudy thru the day. Less humid air will drop in from the north, so a much more comfortable weather day is in store. High temperatures will hang in the lower 80s during the day.
1:45 p.m. Update: Light rain lingering from Akron south along I-77 but ending shortly. We will see more sunshine this afternoon as temps reach near 80. Currently we are still in the middle 70s.
12:30 p.m. Update: Two clusters of heavy rain are pushing through northeast Ohio right now. One pushed through our northern counties earlier this morning and is now sliding into PA. The other is currently pushing through Holmes and Coshocton Counties toward Tuscarawas. With this line you can expect 15-20 minutes of heavy rain and the occasional rumble of thunder.
Everyone will dry out this afternoon with a few peeks of sunshine as temps warm into the 80s. Our next round of storms will hold off until closer to sunset. Likely pushing through this evening and overnight.
The cold front that moved through Northeast Ohio yesterday is lingering nearby. As low pressure moves along the front, rain is likely.
Counties near the lake have the best chance of rain late this morning through early afternoon. Rain will spread south and east by noon.
The Storm Prediction Center has removed Northern Ohio from the slight risk of severe weather. Morning rain will stabilize the atmosphere and clouds will keep strong storms from developing later today
Some thunderstorms are still possible tonight through early Friday. Overnight lows will hover in the upper 60s.
Look for clearing skies Friday afternoon. High pressure will build overhead, bringing pleasant conditions through the weekend.
Highs will hit the low 80s Friday and Saturday with highs in the upper 80s Sunday.
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