A dramatic change has occurred in our weather in the past 24 hours — fall has arrived!
After four consecutive days of record 90-degree heat in central Ohio, temperatures have fallen to more seasonable levels. Friday afternoon temperatures hovered in the 60s, with a brisk northwesterly wind.
Take a jacket to Football Friday Nite, because the temperature will fall through the 50s, with a diminishing breeze under a clearing sky.
High pressure will provide lots of sunshine Saturday, with some high clouds arriving later in the afternoon. Temperatures will rebound into the low 70s, which is exactly normal for early October.
A frontal system will push through the state Sunday, accompanied by periods of rain or showers, which will be highly beneficial during the current dry spell.
Tonight: Clearing, cool. Low 47
Saturday: Mainly sunny, mild. High 74
Sunday: Showers likely. High 72 (61)
Monday: Partly sunny, crisp. High 68 (54)
Tuesday: Sunny. High 68 (45)
Wednesday: Sunshine. High 72 (46)
Thursday: Mostly sunny. high 75 (51)