Clouds will increase Monday night with rain becoming likely by early Tuesday morning as a potent cold front approaches and moves across east-central Ohio.
The warmest part of the day tomorrow will be after midnight tonight and Tuesday will be a chilly and wet day with temperatures holding fairly steady in the mid-40s. A breezy northwest wind will bring a cold rain to the Valley for the bulk of the morning. Gusts tomorrow could be as high as 25 – 30 mph at times.
The rain will taper off in the afternoon locally and end by late afternoon. Skies will gradually clear through the night and allow temperatures to dip to the mid-20s by early Wednesday morning. The clear skies, calm wind, and moisture will make widespread frost likely across the Valley after 4:00 AM Wednesday.
If you have started your gardening or have plants outdoors you will need to take precautions to protect them from frost/freeze.