High pressure sliding off to our east brings a southwesterly flow with moisture and lots of clouds. Low pressure will track along the eastern side of the Appalachians, bringing an area of rain into the region late this afternoon, and overspreading central Ohio this evening.
Temperatures will be mainly in the upper 30s during the event, then cooling to the mid-30s Saturday morning. Some additional upper support will translate into intermittent rain and snow showers Saturday, with a lingering flurry early Sunday.
The weather will dry out by Sunday afternoon, but the lull will not last long. Another storm coming out of the southwest will re-introduce a wintry mix Sunday night, changing to rain mid-morning on Monday, as low pressure moves from the Tennessee Valley to the upper Ohio Valley
Colder air will return behind the system by midweek.
Today: Clouds thicken, evening rain. High 43
Tonight: Periods of rain. Low 35
Saturday: Rain and snow showers a.m. High 41
Sunday: Flurries a.m., brisk and colder, partial clearing p.m. High 37 (29)
Monday: Snow/ice changing to rain. High 39 (27)
Tuesday: Mix clouds and sun. High 37 (30)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, brisk. High 32 (21)
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 39 (21)
Friday: Mostly cloudy. High 42 (29)