Posted 9/8/2020, 1:00 PM
After rain and storms moved through east-central Ohio on Labor Day, an upper-level ridge of high pressure will keep warmer than average temperatures and dry conditions in the Valley for the remainder of the week.
Along with those warm temperatures, elevated dewpoints will make it feel more humid today and Wednesday. We will get a break in the humidity on Friday. Wednesday will be the hottest day of the week and some neighborhoods in the area will have a good shot at seeing one more 90-degree day on Wednesday.
Some of our modeling wants to bring in chances for showers and storms during the mid-week period with a lingering frontal boundary nearby. Warm air aloft should provide enough of a cap to keep precipitation chances at bay.
Our next best chance of rain will visit over the weekend as low pressure tracks into New England. The system will drag a cold front through the region along with likely chances for showers and a few storms on Sunday. Severe weather is not anticipated at this time.
High pressure, dry weather, and seasonal temperatures will likely set up for next week behind Sunday’s front.
Cooler temperatures are expected for the latter part of the month.