Mostly sunny skies will and dry weather will dominate our weather for the majority of your Sunday. However, a warm front located southwest of the region this morning will drift northeast and approach east-central Ohio this afternoon. This feature will bring increasing clouds to the Valley late today and an increasing threat for thunderstorms this evening.
Although widespread severe thunderstorms are not anticipated, a couple of storms this evening will be capable of producing gusty wind and small hail. The NWS Storm Prediction Center has placed a portion of our area under a Marginal Risk 1/5) for today.
A Marginal Risk means that an isolated severe thunderstorm or two is possible. The overall threat for severe thunderstorms here in the Valley is low.
The front will cross east-central Ohio tonight bringing an end to showers and storms by early Monday morning. Here is how the hi-res short-term model ‘thinks’ the radar will look like today through 1:00 AM Monday:
Rain on Monday will occur mainly in the morning. Odds for rain will slowly diminish during the afternoon. Temperatures today and Monday will remain higher than average with afternoon highs in the low 70s.