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10:19 p.m. Update: Temps have dropped into the 70s this evening under a clear sky. We will continue to drop into the upper 50s and lower 60s by sunrise Friday morning. Expect a few extra degrees warmer Friday with middle 80's likely and temps near 90 on Saturday! Our next best chance for rain holds off until early next week.
4:27 p.m. Update: Everyone is in the 80s this afternoon under a bright sunshine filled sky. Winds will stay light and variable through the evening so after sunset expect temps to cool quickly.
Noon Update: We've had great weather so far in August. Month-to-date, there have been four 90 degree days, nine 80 degree days and nine 70 degree days. Highs in the 80s are likely through Monday.
9:30 a.m. Update: Full sunshine reported across Ohio this morning. Temperatures will warm to 78 degrees by noon and hit 84 later today. For high school football games tonight, expect temperatures in the 70s under clear skies.
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Another sunny day is in store, as high pressure drifts east over Pennsylvania. Highs will hit the mid-80s.
Clear and mild conditions are in the forecast overnight with lows near 60. I don't expect any fog for the Friday morning commute.
Sunshine continues Friday, but temperatures will warm to the mid-to-upper 80s as high pressure moves over the East Coast. Warm, southerly winds will keep temperatures above average through Sunday.
An approaching cold front will trigger a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late Monday through early Tuesday. High pressure builds over the Great Lakes Wednesday, bringing pleasant highs in the upper 70s.
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