Another warm and sticky day, with the usual array of widely scattered late day storms.
Given the humidity and upper air ripples, a few storms produced heavy rain, gusty winds and possibly small hail.
A large thunderstorm complex passed to our southwest, but the ripple effects ignited storms over portions of Ohio that will diminish around sunset, as the system dives southeast across Kentucky.
A cold front over the Great Lakes will sag south Wednesday and Thursday, triggering some additional storms, but also bringing relief from the heat and humidity, which will be very noticeable by the weekend.
Tonight: Evening storms, then partly cloudy, muggy. Low 72
Wednesday: Mix sun and clouds, stray storm, sticky. High 87
Thursday: Showers, much cooler. High 77 (68)
Friday: Early shower, mostly cloudy. High 77 (61)
Saturday: Sunny, comfortable. High 80 (56)
Sunday: Few clouds. High 83 (58)
Monday: Partly sunny. High 86 (64)