Dry weather and mostly sunny conditions are expected for the Valley Friday under weak high pressure. Another upper-level disturbance tracking across the Lower OH/TN Valley Regions should maintain at least low chances for showers and thunderstorms near and south of I 70. Temperatures are expected to be near average levels.
FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY
We should remain dry and clear Friday night but another cold front will approach the east-central Ohio region from the northwest on Saturday. It will be best to get mowing and yard work finished by shortly after lunchtime as the front will bring rain to the Valley by mid or late afternoon.
All neighborhoods should receive rainfall Saturday night. The front will slow down on Sunday, keeping diminishing shower chances in the forecast during the morning. Any rain should end by lunchtime or shortly after but skies will likely remain cloudy in the Valley during the afternoon. While temperatures will be slightly above normal on Saturday, they will drop slightly below normal on Sunday.
SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY
There is not just one, but TWO days, consecutively, in the forecast with dry weather coming up – Monday and Tuesday. By Wednesday another slow moving cold front will begin to approach the Valley and this will keep a chance of showers and storms in the forecast both Wednesday and Thursday.
Below average temperatures are expected to start the week, with readings returning to seasonal levels by Wednesday.
SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK
- FRIDAY: No severe weather is expected
- SATURDAY: Late day non-severe thunderstorms are possible
- SUNDAY: No severe weather is expected