A cold front located just north of Lake Erie this morning will drop southeast through Ohio today. Showers and thunderstorms will accompany the boundary as it approaches east-central Ohio mainly this afternoon. Hi-res futurecast radar through midnight:
instability and shear will be fairly weak today so severe storms aren’t likely to develop. There will be plenty of moisture for storms to work with, however, and heavy rainfall and localized flooding will be something we’ll have to be mindful of.
Ample cloud cover and rain around the region will hold temperatures back today. Most areas should peak in the upper 70s to around 80 this afternoon.
Showers and storms should exit quickly this evening. We should remain dry overnight as weak high pressure slides into the region for Saturday. Expect occasional sunshine mixed with clouds during the day tomorrow with afternoon temperatures in the upper 70s.
While it will remain quite humid through Saturday, a secondary cold front will cross the region on Sunday. This one will bring noticeable changes to our muggy airmass to start the work week.
Showers and thunderstorms will again accompany the Sunday’s cold front mainly during the afternoon and evening.
Temperatures are expected to be cooler through the bulk of the new work week and best of all, the humidity will be much less. An upper-level ridge of high pressure should keep mostly sunny and dry conditions through at least mid-week.
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