Skies are mainly clear Saturday night with lows bottoming out in the 50s. Expect more sun for Sunday Veteran's Day with highs in the low 70s.
A cold front will bring rain and cooler weather by Monday. In fact, we may have some light snow mixing in with the rain Tuesday morning. Tuesdays highs will only reach into the upper 30s and low 40s.
Update: South winds will continue push our clouds and spotty showers north and out of Ohio. Temperatures Are well on their way to the lower 60s as the sunshine increases throughout the day.
Plan to get outside this weekend as warmer air surges into Ohio. Our only chance for rain ended early this morning, so fire up the grill! Temperature-wise, we'll hit the lower and middle 60s this afternoon and hold on to the warmth overnight. A partly cloudy sky will keep us in the middle and upper 40s through the overnight hours. You may need the light jackets.
Sunday will continue the warm-up. Bright sunshine and a breezy south wind will help some areas break into the 70s! Areas along the lake will stay in the upper 60s but that's plenty warm enough to enjoy our Veterans Day.
Enjoy it while it's here though because it will not last long. Our next cold front is approaching for Monday. It will bring rain and breezy south winds throughout Monday as cold air pushes in. Temperatures Monday night will drop quickly to near freezing so any rain drops still lingering into Tuesday morning will likely be joined by a few wet snowflakes. We dry out Tuesday but stay chilly, expect highs in the 40s the rest of the work-week.
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