Posted Saturday, October 2, 2021
A weak warm front advancing from the west has developed a line of showers and storms Saturday evening. The line of showers and storms will weaken as we get closer to sunset. The chances for rain locally will diminish as the line inches closer to east-central Ohio this evening. However, odds for a shower will remain possible Saturday evening here in the Valley.
Temperatures will be considerably warmer tonight only dropping to the low-60s by Sunday morning.
After a dry period tonight, chances for rain will again increase after midnight as low pressure moves into the region. Rain will be likely across the Valley as Sunday gets underway. In addition, non-severe thunderstorms will become likely by the afternoon tomorrow.
This will be slow-moving and the odds for rain and storms will continue through Monday. Rain chances will decrease as the system finally pulls east of the region Monday evening.
After a dry break Monday night and Tuesday morning, the chances for showers will return Monday afternoon with the next system. The rest of the week looks fairly unsettled with moist air and a strong southerly flow.
Temperatures will, however, stay above normal through the workweek. And, with dew points in the low to mid-60s, it will feel muggy as well. The humid air mass is unusual for us in October.