Spotty small showers and isolated storms will diminish this later this evening with the loss of daytime heating. A few stronger cells produced pea-sized hail, frequent lightning and heavy rain.
A stubborn upper-air system will sink southeast across eastern Ohio, and then drift farther east on Monday, though close enough for a few afternoon showers over the eastern part of the state tomorrow.
We can only wish for the clouds to dissipate later tonight to provide a view of the Perseids, and you will need to be in an area free of city lights for a decent view (a clear, rural sky). Just look upwards and give yourself 10-20 minutes to adjust to the nighttime sky.
After mainly dry conditions the next few days, outside of a stray shower, the next chance of storms will arrive on Wednesday and linger into Thursday.
Tonight: Scattered showers/storms ending, partial clearing (meteor showers), light fog. Low 64
Monday: Partly sunny, isolated shower east. High 83 (64)
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warm. High 84 (64)
Wednesday: Showers, storms return. High 83 (66)
Thursday: Showers, storms. High 82 (68)
Friday: Showers linger. High 82 (66)
Have a great Sunday!