After a soggy Saturday, a few rain showers will stick around through much of Sunday morning. Drier air will begin to move in during the afternoon and we should see gradually improving weather conditions. Clouds will begin to thin late in the afternoon and if we’re lucky, we may see a peak or two of sunshine before sunset. Temperatures will be a tad cooler than Saturday with afternoon highs in the mid-40s.
A cold front will cross east-central Ohio Sunday night but with little moisture available we’ll not get any rain. Temperatures will be cooler on Monday with most neighborhoods topping out in the 38° area. A 6 to 10 mph breeze will make it feel chillier. Thinning clouds will bring occasional sunshine.